'Fast and Furious 8' Spoilers: Psychedelic Drug Helped Michelle Rodriguez Cope With Paul Walker's Death [VIDEO]
The cast member of the Fast and Furious franchise were dramatically hit by the death of fellow co star and member of the Furious family, Paul Walker.
Michelle Rodriguez, who plays Letty Ortiz in the series, was very deeply struck by the actor's death in November 2013 and had to go through a great struggle to try and overcome it.
A TMZ report has sourced Rodruguez actually talking about her coping mechanism as part of the documentary, The Reality of Truth, presented by Deepak Chopra.
The actress mentioned er experience on an ayahuasca trip and how that influenced her grieving process. 'My ayahuasca trip made me sad that he left me here," she said, In a startling revelation the actress added that it was not that she felt sad now, but in a way longed to be one with him. "It wasn't a sadness that he's gone. It was more of a jealousy that he's there first."
Rodriguez has also spoken about the filming of Fast and Furious 8 in the past, revealing a few details In an interview with E!Online Michelle Rodriguez dished about the development of the movie. When asked where they were planning on filming Furious 8, Rodriguez said that she was hopeful that it would be New York.
"We were looking at New York, and I think the studio was open to that so keep fingers crossed!" Rodriguez says with a smile. "It'll be my first movie at home since Girl Fight!"
She also revealed that filming was set to begin next summer.
In a previous interview with ET Online, Rodriguez had suggested the same location for Fast and Furious 8.
She also added that there was so much potential to be tapped in the City for a movie like Fast and Furious 8. As she listed the pros of NYC, she mentioned the Hells Angels.
"New York's just like a melting pot," she said. "There is so much to discover there. Motor cycle cruise, everything from the Hell's Angels home, you've got a lot that you can play with in New York."
Fast and Furious 8 will release April 15, 2017.
Watch the interview with E!Online: