We’ve been all waiting for the latest instalment of The Fast and the Furious series. More than ever, fans of the action film franchise had awaited the appearance of late Paul Walker’s character in the latest film. Indeed, Furious 7 became a box-office success earning $384 million worldwide in its opening weekend.
Apparently, a Furious 7 moviegoer in Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall in Cainta, Rizal decided to record the film in her camera. Moviegoer Alaine Yambot-Alejandrino and her husband attempted to stop the illegal activity being done by the woman as the glare from the phone also distracted them
It turned out, Alejandrino and her husband made the woman furious with their move.
When the movie ended, the woman and her company reportedly approached Alejandrino and her husband and began making a scene. Reportedly, the woman and her friends raised their middle fingers on them.
Here’s a video of their confrontation:
How Filmmakers Completed Paul Walker’s Character in Furious 7
Director James Wan utilized the CGI approach to bring Paul Walker’s character Brian O’Conner in Furious 7. With the help of WETA Digital studio, old footages of Walker from old films of The Fast and The Furious series were turned into new scenes in the latest chapter of the series, according to a report by The Daily Pedia.
Moreover, four actors with similar body type and height with Walker took part in the film’s live action sequences. Cody and Caleb, Walker’s brothers also volunteered as stand-ins particularly in the close-up shots.