Where Is Paul Walker's Character In Fate of the Furious?

The clip, titled Fast and Furious 8: Dom Drives For Uber, expertly parodies the films clenched-teeth, edge-of-your-seat action, mixed with all the typically humdrum realities of driving strangers around town. You can not just make a character want to somersault over cars and fight world-class assassins for the heck of it.

He adds: "We're all about family and keeping it in the family - and it was a no brainer".

"I don't think we would have had him step out of the franchise", Morgan told Variety. The actor even named his daughter, Pauline, after Walker. The Fate of the Furious is no different. Read on only if you want to keep up with the series but have no plans on seeing the movie or just don't like surprises for some reason. It additionally offers a promising new beginning on the heels of Paul Walker's tragic death. She has exactly two scenes in the film and she hams her heart out. In this film, Dom (Vin Diesel) seems to have changed his allegiance and is working with a cyber terrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron).

Kurt Russell, who is back as Mr. When he is not trying to kill his colleague Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), he is kissing Cipher in front of his wife Letty (Michelle Rodriguez).

Paul Walker will always be alive in the "Fast and Furious" franchise.

Fate Of The Furious also stars Dwayne Johnson and Charlize Theron.

Through some poor and predictable storyline, the baby only had a temporary name as Elena believed a father should name his baby. As a result, he rarely gets to play off anyone else. Thus the plot of "Fate", which sees Dom seemingly turning against his chosen family of friends, feels like a cynical move right from the start. Couldn't he have clued them in before going rogue?

You're supposed to check out your sense of logic at the door. The fans are associated with the film since the first part out while many fans joined it when the series turned into high action and adventurous film. This time the big set piece includes an enormous submarine chasing the main characters as they drive their cars across the ice.

Director F. Gary Gray, a newcomer to the franchise, thinks the situation was overblown in the media.

Listen. "Fast & Furious 8" is a wild, ostentatious ride that won't likely win any new fans.