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FAST AND FURIOUS Star Paul Walker Passes Away In Car Accident

FAST AND FURIOUS Star Paul Walker Passes Away In Car Accident

It was too ironic for anyone to believe. When the news broke, many were like myself, under the impression that this was yet another Twitter hoax. But sadly, it has been confirmed that Paul Walker did indeed perish this afternoon in a fatal car accident while attending a charity event for Reach Out Worldwide in Santa Clarita, CA. He was apparently a passenger in a friend’s car when the accident occurred. The tragic event was confirmed via Paul Walker’s official Twitter account.

Only 40 years old, Walker was best known for his role as Brian O’Conner in the Fast & Furious movie series. Some of Walker’s best moments on film showed him bossing it up behind the wheel, which makes it that much more tragic that he had to go in such a fashion. Outside of the big screen, Walker was known to be one hell of a good guy, and surely he’ll be missed by his many fans and co-stars, who have already began mourning all over social networks.

My favorite Paul Walker film was Running Scared, which explored his grittier acting style as a novice Mafia thug fighting for survival. It’s a shame we’ll no longer be able to enjoy his work moving into the future. If you’re a Paul Walker fan as well, share with us which one of his movies was your favorite in the comments below.


  1. luda says:


  2. maceyJ says:

    May he rest in peace. He will be remembered for all his amazing contributions to the film industry;

  3. Anna says:

    Sarai sempre presente addio Paul x

  4. Chris says:

    Why couldn’t this have happened to a celebrity who we would’ve been better of without, like Miley Cyrus or Justin Bieber?

  5. James WIll says:

    Really a sad news. Here is a list of some of Paul Walker’s most memorable movies. I would like share it as a tribute to Paul Walker.

  6. leanna leo says:

    Me and my father only had one good time and that was eatting oreo watching fast and the furious seris. There will never be another grate car movie like the one he maded.. it crazy how the man most know by car past away in a car crash.. well (R.I.P) to my hero paul walker!!

  7. Jen Scott says:

    “Timeline.” RIP Mr Walker

  8. tristan says:

    my favorite was timeline. paul had a really gode role in that film and it was the most recent one i watched. RIP paul. we will all miss you

  9. paul says:

    First movie I remember him in was Pleasentvile. But Fast and The Furious was definitely what first registered. It made everyone I know become a tuner.

  10. stacie says:

    When I heard the news of his passing, I was heartbroken. My prayers go to his mother, cause you’re suppose to go before your kids, and to his daughter, it’s hard to lose a parent. My favorite movie of his has to be fast and furious. All of them. Paul will live forever in our hearts. God just wanted him up in heaven.

  11. chynasangel says:

    Fast and Furious

  12. Jeff says:

    Varsity Blues. Then I would say the Fast and The Furious series. I am just wondering what they are going to do about Fast 7, they are in the middle of filming it I believe.

  13. Chris Shimandle says:

    Correction: The name of the movie is Hours with no The in it’s name.

  14. Chris Shimandle says:

    A movie he was just recently in that was very interesting and different for him was The Hours. Most of the movie scenes are of him alone.

  15. pam davis says:

    Hey when i heard the news i was so heartbroken. I think ive watched every movie he played in. I think joyride is one of my favorite. Paul you really be truely missed by the ones who loved and cared about deeply. May god be with you and your family.

  16. Wyatt Seablom says:

    I didn’t look it up on IMDb or any thing but, him and Connolly in Timeline….

  17. Cristian says:

    The Life Of Bobby Z he played an inmate who gets roped into impersonating another crook. It showed his dramatic acting range R.I.P Paul

  18. Mac Baker says:

    The original “The Fast & The Furious”, and “Eight Below” are two of Paul Walker’s best films in my opinion. Though I do admit “Into The Blue” is a guilty pleasure.

  19. Jennifer says:

    Hands down …Pleasantville…beautiful film…RIP

  20. Maggie says:

    I don’t have a favorite movie, but my favorite role of his was on a National Geographic special whee he was ona research vessel, helping to tag and study the movements of great white sharks. He’ll truly be missed.

  21. Christine O Cheallaigh says:

    I love all the Fast & Furious movies (still haven’t gotten to see 6!) but I also loved him in Timeline and She’s All That. RIP Paul, you will be missed!

  22. Grace says:

    I liked Joyride…my friends and I used to walk up behind each other and say “Candycane…” in the creepiest voices.

  23. Kristoffer says:

    rest in peace mate.

  24. Chris J. says:

    I’m really sad about Paul Walker’s passing… I know lots of people will watch the Fast & Furious movies but I’d like to honor his memory by watching The Skulls, She All That, Running Scared, The Death & Life of Bobby Z and Timeline… He was great in all those movies… I may cry a bit because this is so surreal… He was only 40… My heart goes out to his family, especially his daughter…

  25. Kat says:

    The Fast and Furious films are favorites but I really loved Paul’s role in The Lazurus Project.

  26. Jessica says:

    I would have to say, Meet the Deedles… Cheesy as it seems; it was the first movie that introduced me to Paul and he starred in my guilty pleasure “Timeline” R.I.P. Paul

  27. RG says:

    The Fast & Furious franchise was getting so great. Nothing but fun action, without all the douchebaggery that plagued it in the beginning.

    Such a shame to see this happen to somebody who was a part of something so completely fun.

  28. Steven says:

    The Fast and the Furious. The Original. Hands down my favorite movie of his. But the first movie I ever saw him in was Meet the Deedles. He’ll forever be one of my favorite actors. RIP Paul.

  29. noname says:

    i literally cried today after i saw this news all over the internet, i watched all the Fast movies and have been a fan since.

  30. Niko M says:

    This was a real bummer today.