The tribute shows Walker in scenes from the five "Fast" movies in which he appeared, with "Coming Home" by P. Diddy featuring Skylar Grey playing over them. It culminates in a clip of Vin Diesel making a toast, and an "In loving memory" message.
Walker and business associate Roger Rodas died Saturday when a Porsche GT Rodas was driving crashed and caught fire. The Los Angeles County Coroner's office recently revealed that Walker died of "traumatic" and burn injuries.
Universal Pictures has indefinitely halted the production of "Fast & Furious 7," which was originally meant to come out in July of next year.
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