Unknown facts about Paul Walker’s Fast & Furious movies on his birthday
WRITTEN BY Aditi Shrivastava
The movie was inspired by Magazine
After reading Ken Li's Racer X story in Vibe Magazine in 1998, filmmaker Rob Cohen got the concept for The Fast and the Furious. The street racing scene in New York was covered in detail.
Vin Diesel turned down the offer
Diesel stated that he rejected a $25 million pay day for the movie because he didn't like the script in a 2015 magazine interview for Variety.
Fast & Furious
Redline was the initial title of the franchise's opening film.
Before appearing in the first movie, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster did not have driving licenses.
For the series, Vin Diesel directed the short Los Bandoleros, in which Letty and Dom exchange vows.
Real-life Paul Walker was also a racecar driver. He did, in fact, race in the Redline Time Attack series while a member of the AE Performance Team.
Paul Walker actually owned the car that Brian O'Conner drove the majority of the time in the Fast and Furious movies, and he had his Always Evolving car business touch it up.
Reason Paul walker signed F&F
It was his desire to play an undercover police officer who drives a cool car, just like Donnie Brasco. He eventually joined the Fast and Furious franchise for that reason.
Paul Walker performed all the stunts in the first movie. He had a brown belt in jiu-jitsu, had swum with sharks, and his grandfather was a world-class boxer.
Happy birthday Paul Walker
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