Since Paul Walker's tragic death in a car accident in late November, one of many persistent questions being posed has centered on how Fast and Furious 7 intends to address the loss of its main character. Walker had reportedly completed most of his dramatic scenes for the upcoming film, but still had more action sequences to finish at the time of his passing.

According to CNN, F&F7 filmmakers have invited his brothers, Caleb and Cody, onto the set to fill gaps in action scenes where Walker's character, Brian O'Connor, should appear. The producers plan to use four body doubles for Walker. In post-production, they will have Walker's face and voice overlaid onto them.

Fast and Furious 7 was originally scheduled for release this summer, but after production was suspended, it was pushed back until April 10, 2015. The script has reportedly been rewritten to give Brian O'Connor a proper sendoff and shooting recently restarted in Abu Dhabi.

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