Furious 7 opened at movie theaters on Thursday night. This seventh installment of the wildly popular Fast and Furious movie franchise is making noise at the box office. In such, Furious 7 is breaking box office records and new predictions are putting this racing movie at 40% higher than expected.
Furious 7 movie ending will confront Paul Walker's send off. After Paul Walker died in a fiery crash in Santa Clarita, California in 2013, Universal, film crew, director James Wan and cast mates struggled to absorb this shocking news. The media questioned whether Furious 7 should be scrapped to respect one of the franchise's most popular stars. Production resumed and the script changed to accommodate this tragedy.
Furious 7 is the most important Fast and Furious movie because we can finally move past Tokyo Drift. Essentially, the plot timeline is in real-time and finally caught up to present. No more assessing the FF timeline to assemble the pieces together.
We are now up to speed, striking down the street to win that quarter mile race. "Dude I almost had you" will be remembered as Paul Walker's most awesome quote in The Fast and the Furious movie released back in 2001.
We will upload Furious 7 movie ending after this Easter weekend. Stay tuned for Furious 7 ending.