During the MTV Movie and TV Awards on 7 May, the Fast & Furious franchise was honoured with the Generation Award, celebrating the blockbuster franchise's impact on the film industry and community.Before handing over the popcorn trophy to the highly successful franchise, Gal Gadot praised F&F films as an "undeniable part of our culture.
“And they were totally original thoughts that came from him. “In fact, I think he was very capable of looking inside himself.
I remember he once said, and it’s one thing that I wrote down, ‘I love very deeply’ And he meant that.
It’s memories like that, which help me get through the day.” , the eight film in the Fast and Furious franchise has been breaking box-office records around the world, and also marks the first since Walker died without the actor starring.
“I wasn’t sure if I wanted to see it,” the father said. I can see him saying to me, ‘Dad, you gotta see it, it’s crazy.’ That’s exactly what he would’ve said. added how the team behind the film had done ‘Paul proud’, adding how he hopes “the cast all become a bunch of old, toothless men before they stop making them.” At the film’s premiere, Vin Diesel gave an emotional thanks to Walker, saying there would be no franchise “if it wasn’t for the decades of love my brother Pablo put in.” The actor continued: ”There wasn't a second we made this movie, not a minute - you can ask Gary (Gray, director) - not a day that went by that we weren't thinking about our brother Pablo, how to bring him into the movie, how to represent him, and how to make something that he would be proud of.
A diverse group of people that stick together no matter what.
Through on-screen adventures and real-life tragedy, the Fast and the Furious is more than just a series of movies.
When the tragedy happened, I lost my best friend, I lost my brother.” Paul Walker was a star but, it's fair to say, probably not a household name when he died.
But his death was a shock to fans and the film industry alike.
But he’s given a shot at redemption — and, better still, an opportunity to erase his criminal record — when he’s recruited by the FBI to infiltrate the outfit of Argentine drug lord Carter Verone (Cole Hauser).