LOS ANGELES (AP) — Universal Pictures has shut down production “for a period of time” on “Fast & Furious 7” following the death of its star Paul Walker.
The studio announced Wednesday that the film will shut down “for a period of time so we can assess all options available to move forward with the franchise.”READ MORE: Angelenos Make Plans For Mother's Day During The First Weekend The County Is In The Yellow Tier
The seventh installment of the street racings series had begun shooting in September. When Walker died in a fiery car crash Saturday, the film was on break for the Thanksgiving holiday. Shooting had been planned to resume Monday in Atlanta, but production was put on hold following Walker’s death.READ MORE: LAPD Trying To Break Up Cypress Park Party Between The 5 And 10 Freeways
While much of “Fast & Furious 7” has been filmed, it is far from complete.
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