November 2013, saw Fast & Furious 7 star Paul Walker die in a fiery car crash with good friend Roger Rodas, who was driving the vehicle and today the trailer for the newest in the F&F franchise shows the late star in an awesome stunt 2:21 minutes into the trailer which has been uploaded onto the Internet on November 1, 2014. The world was shocked last year, when Walker was killed in an accident on November 30. Somewhat bizarrely the late star had been the subject of a death hoax the day before and on the same day that Paul’s agent had to reassure his fans that Walker was still alive, the same man then had to announce his client’s death.
Like the mystery of Paul Walker’s death the mystery of his will was answered on Tuesday by court documents which show that his $25 million estate goes to his daughter Meadow. When the popular star of the Fast & Furious franchise died on November 30, 2013 conspiracy theories filled the Internet with ideas of just how and why the 40 year-old actor had met his fiery end.
Incredibly, hoaxers have not learned their lesson with the irony of Paul Walker and his “reported” death in November; now Adam Sandler has had his death reported again and he is the newest celebrity death hoax online.
It is an irony so intense that it seems surreal. Paul Walker, who died in a fiery car crash on Nov. 30 this year was cremated on Thursday December 12 ahead of his Saturday, December 14 burial ceremony.
While fans, friends and family prepare for the upcoming funeral of Paul Walker word has come out that Justin Bieber could be the late actors replacement in the next installment of the Fast & Furious franchise. Along with the preparations for the invitation only ceremony set for this weekend, news came to light that suggests a possible cause of the horrific fiery crash that killed Walker and his good friend and business partner Roger Rodas. One that does not rely on the elusive and secretive Illuminati; drug cartels or government drones.