Paul Walkers brothers Caleb and Cody are keen on reprising his role as Brian OConner in Fast and Furious in the late actors honour.
The star, who died in a single vehicle accident in November 2013, played the petrolhead former police officer in seven films in the hit franchise.
Now his brothers Caleb Walker, 40, and Cody Walker, 30, have opened up about the task of filling their late brothers shoes in the films, nearly five years after his sudden passing.
Both brothers played a part in helping the completion of the seventh installment of the franchise, which was released in 2015.
Pauls death stalled the production of The Fast And Furious 7, as he died mid-production.
Filmmakers digitally put the late stars face on his brothers bodies to finish the remainder of scenes his character was featured in – and Brian was revealed to be still alive and was mentioned in last years The Fate Of The Furious, leaving the door open for a return should either Cody or Caleb want to take on the role.
I just hope we get to – I dont know – have a little cameo and bring Paul back to save the day and I get to help create that again, Caleb said, according to the AP.
Thats my dream and I hope we get to do that in one of the future movies.
Cody said that there could potentially be a way to do it though it would take a lot of thought and itd have to be tasteful … it would have to be tasteful.
Cody said that their older brother Paul – who died aged 40 – brought a special touch to the action series and that the authenticity has since been lost following his passing.
He was the real deal, the real car guy, Cody said. And in his absence, I – you know – I think its lost its way in a big way.
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Caleb confessed to finding it kind of creepy watching himself in The Fast And Furious 7.
Youre like, “Oh, thats me,” he said. It doesnt feel right.
The two siblings have been on the promo trail for a documentary about the beloved star titled I Am Paul Walker.
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