The final interview from Paul Walker before his tragic car crash explosion death has been released. The actor was talking about the upcoming movie Fast & Furious 7 and working with Kurt Russell earlier this month, just weeks before his tragic car crash death from an explosion this Saturday afternoon. The actor turned 40 earlier this year.
In the video released to YouTube just last week, the late actor raved about working with Russell on the film. "He's such a good guy. You'd really like him," said Walker. "He didn't disappoint. And that's why we loved him for all the years. He radiates...there's a certain goodness. He's very likable. And what you've seen on the screen all these years, that's who he is."
A photo from the car crash has also been going viral. The Twitter handle @247PAPSTV tweeted the graphic explosion image, which also appears on TMZ, with the caption, "Sadly ... Here is the Photo of the Paul Walker Crash Scene in Santa Clarita #RIP Paul Walker."
Another passenger in the vehicle also reportedly passed away in the car crash. TMZ reports that the driver accidentally crashed into a post or tree before the car burst into flames. Senior Vice-President at Columbia Tristar Pictures DeVon Franklin tweeted: "Condolences to the family of Paul Walker. Our prayers are with him and his FF at this difficult time."
He is survived by his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow. In addition to his role as Brian O'Conner in the Fast and the Furious franchise, Walker is also known for his role in the 1999 film Varsity Blues. Fast & Furious 7 is scheduled to hit theaters next year on July 11.