'Fast and Furious 7' News: Fan-Written Plot Goes Viral; Justin Bieber Being Considered for a Role? [VIDEO]
on Dec 11, 2013 08:58 AM EST
A fan-written plot for Fast and the Furious 7, which attempts to incorporate changes brought about by Paul Walker's sudden death, has gone viral on the Internet.
Producers have been mulling various solutions for the changes they'll need to make to the movie's plot following the Nov. 30 death of one of its lead stars. One potential solution is creating a new character, which Believe singer Justin Bieber might be considered for.
Car Buzz reported that the 19-year-old may nab a role in the upcoming action film. The publication suggested that this might be an attempt to fill the void left by the departure of Walker's character.
While the film's execs and creators are trying to figure things out, Fast and Furious fans are also busy at work.
A fan-written plot got attention from the Internet community. It describes a scene in which Walker's character dies in a car explosion, as a helpless Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster watch the vehicle go up in flames. The new plot diversion was posted on Twitter on Dec. 5.
Director James Wan recently allayed concerns about the filming being stalled indefinitely in the wake of Walker's death, saying that they would do everything within their power to finish it in time.
Wan, who told TMZ the film's crew is "very sad" and "somber," answered in the affirmative when asked if production would go on.
Walker died on Nov. 30 in a car crash in Santa Clarita, Calif. He was the passenger in a car being driven by his friend, race car driver Roger Rodas, who also died in the accident. The speeding car hit a tree and instantly burst into flames, causing both the actor and Rodas to die on the spot. The actor was headed home after attending a charity event for his foundation, Reach Out Worldwide.
Watch a tribute to Walker by the franchise:
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