Five years after his death, the brothers of Paul Walker remember the star "Fast and Furious" as a perfectionist who fought with the Hollywood spotlight. A new documentary, "I Am Paul Walker", is premiered on Saturday on the Paramount Network. (10 August)
LOS ANGELES – Almost five years after the death of Paul Walker, his brothers say they are open to reinterpreting his character in the film" "and Furious" franchise.
The producers asked Caleb and Cody Walker to compile their brother and help complete "Furious 7" after his death in a car accident in March 2013.  His face was digitally superimposed on his brothers' performances for scenes that Walker had not yet filmed and in a modified ending in which his character Brian O & # 39; Conner sets off in the sunset.
The character remains alive in the 39; imaginary universe "Fast" and is mentioned twice in 201 7 "The Fate of the Furious."
"I just hope we'll get to – I do not know – I have a little cameo and bring Paul back to save the situation and I can help him create it again," said Caleb Walker, 40 , in an interview last week. "This is my dream and I hope we can do it in one of the future movies."
Paul Walker's brother, Cody Walker, poses for a portrait in promotion of the documentary film "I Am Paul Walker" nearly five years after Paul Walker's death. (Photo: Rebecca Cabage, Rebecca Cabage / Invision / AP)
"I think there is potentially a way to do it, but it would take a lot of thought and it should be tasteful," Cody Walker, 30 he said.
Caleb and Cody Walker were promoting "I Am Paul Walker", a new documentary of an 'now on childhood, family and actor career directed by Adrian Buitenhuis. It was presented for the first time last weekend on the Paramount Network.
Both Walker brothers became fathers for the first time last year and live in Southern California. They have not seen the movie "Furious 7" since it premiered at the premiere in April 2015.
"Sometimes it's disturbing when you like it," Oh, it's me. "It does not seem right," he said Caleb Walker. "I think one day when our children are (a) a little older and we can share that experience with them and be like," Hey look, this is your uncle Paul. He was the greatest boy in the world and here we are able to portray him and finish this movie for him. " At that moment I think it will really hit what I think is really worth it, special and all that, but in the meantime it's still a bit conflicted. "
Walker was 40 years old when he drove the Porsche Carrera GT in full freedom, hit three trees and caught fire on a street in Santa Clarita, California.
The next film in the" Fast "series is a spin-off with Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.The release is scheduled for next year  Other: Exclusive: Tyrese Gibson on Paul Walker: "Not intimidating because it was so regular"
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