The late actor’s daughter is now 18-years-old and has made a return to Instagram after a year long hiatus.
While Meadow took to the social media platform to share a throwback photo with Paul last year, she hasn’t posted a current photo since 2015.
The new photo features Meadow sitting outside of a window and shielding her eyes from the sun.
Earlier this year, Meadow signed a modeling contract with Women Management. She also founded the Paul Walker Foundation in 2015, which aims to protect the oceans and wildlife.
Check out the new photo of Meadow below…
The Fate of the Furious producer Neil H. Moritz just revealed that Vin Diesel wasn’t the original choice to play the role of Dominic Toretto in The Fast and the Furious films!
“I had been working with Paul Walker on another movie, Skulls, and I gave him the script [for The Fast and the Furious],” Neil said. “Rob Cohen, who I had made The Rat Pack with, we gave him the script. The two of them liked the idea. And then we had to look for Dom Toretto. The studio said, ‘If you can get Timothy Olyphant to play that role we will greenlight the movie… The luckiest thing that ever happened to us is Tim Olyphant turned us down. He’s a great actor. In fact, I’m curious to see what that movie would have been.”
Later, Neil met with Vin at a restaurant after seeing some of his work.
“I went and met him at Kate Mantilini [restaurant] and he wasn’t a star yet, but the great thing about Vin is he always believed he was a star,” Neil continued. “And I was going in there to think he’s coming to me to want the role and I’m the one there now having to convince him to do the role! Lucky for both of us that happened. And then we started to make the movie.”
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The 49-year-old actor took to the stage inside the premiere where he attributed the film franchise’s success to “the decades of work that my brother Pablo (Vin‘s nickname for Paul) put into this franchise.”
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“There wasn’t a second we made this movie, not a minute, not a day that went by that we weren’t thinking about our brother Pablo: how to bring him into the movie, how to represent him, and how to make something that he would be proud of. Pablo, I hope you are proud tonight,” Vin shared with the crowd before sharing that Paul‘s mother Cheryl and daughter Meadow were both at the screening.
Paul died back in 2013 after getting in a car accident.
Watch Vin Diesel‘s speech from inside the premiere below.
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Jordana Brewster is all smiles as she makes tv appearance on Thursday morning (March 30) in New York City.
During an interview the 36-year-old actress opened up about some of her favorite memories with her late Fast & Furious co-star Paul Walker.
In the franchise, Jordana played Paul‘s wife, before the actor tragically died in a car accident in 2013.
Jordana then went on to give her scenario about where she thinks their characters would be today, since they both left the franchise after the seventh movie, which premiered in 2015 after his death.
“[Mia's] with Brian, so I can’t think of a better place for her to be,” Jordana said. “In the seventh one, Mia was pregnant with a girl. So, I imagine they’re on some island, on some idyllic island, just living the life. I think it was like Fiji they were talking about, and it was always the island life they wanted.”
Jordana went on to give her praise to the rest of the cast, but said that no one will ever be able to replace Paul.
“My friendship with Paul was definitely the highlight because he was the best guy,” Jordana said. “So, the bond I had with him was definitely the best part.”
FYI: Jordana is wearing a Diane von Furstenberg dress and Stuart Weitzman shoes.
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Here’s what the 49-year-old actor had to share with the mag:
On how Paul Walker’s passing affected his involvement in xXx: Return of Xander Cage: “I was close to not being able to find a window to do xXx. But there was a greater need for me to do it because I had come off the very intense experience of shooting [Furious 7] and all that entailed, including the loss of a brother [Paul]. Because that was so intense, I had to choose xXx. I had to shoot that, literally, so I could smile and laugh again because the character I’d been playing was so brooding and had forced me to go to such a dark place, doing it without someone that I loved.”
On Helen Mirren as a fan: “Helen Mirren, the wonderful and amazing Helen Mirren, accosted me at a Golden Globes party and basically threatened to beat me up if she wasn’t going to be in one.”
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“We’ve felt the loss,” the 49-year-old actor said about the cast. “The last three years have been some of the hardest of my life because of losing my brother like that.”
Read what other cast members said on the anniversary of Paul‘s death as well.
Vin chatted with Entertainment Tonight while in Brazil for press on his new movie xXx: Return of Xander Cage.
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Paul was 40 years old at the time of his death, and passed away in a car crash with his friend Roger Rodas, who was behind the wheel of the Porsche at the time.
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