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Fast and Furious 7 getting rewritten

To honor late star Paul Walker, Fast and Furious 7 is getting a rewrite to give him an "honorable" send off.
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I heard they're gonna use a Paul walker hologram
I heard universal is getting his brother to refilm some scenes. no idea how that's gonna work tho
So I guess they can't kill off his character in a blaze of glory (sorry i couldnt resist)
Too soon man, too soon
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