Jordana Brewster ‘Mia’ Says Paul Walker’s Daughter Should Have A Cameo During Fast & Furious 10

Fast and Furious star Jordana Brewster has recently been very vocal about her interest in seeing Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow Walker make an appearance in a Fast and Furious film.

This comes after both sons of Vin Diesel made a cameo in the most recent film, Fast 9.

“I think it would be a beautiful way… I feel like she feels so comfortable with us and she feels very included in our universe,” she said to Access. “And so to extend that onto being on-screen would be very natural, I think.

“It would be very cool.”

Paul Walker was, and still is a beloved part of the Fast Franchise, with him first entering the films in the very beginning in The Fast and the Furious that was released in 2001. The first films soon became legendary, with the actors and the cars involved undergoing the same transformation. But Paul Walker was very special to fans, being openly into his car. In fact, he had a serious car collection full of Japanese sports cars, BMW M cars, and a few muscle cars. He loved racing, he loved the cars, and he loved the community. And it’s safe to say the community loved him.

But awfully, he passed away in 2013 in a car accident, but despite this, Walker’s family has remained close with the Fast family.

Tyrese Gibson talked about his connection to Paul and continuing the films without him:

“The first thing all of us were struggling with was, ‘What the hell are we doing here? What’s Fast & Furious without Paul?’,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

“And are we going to come off as just a bunch of narcissists that’s moving and proceeding and deciding what Paul meant to the franchise, and going to say, ‘We’re moving forward anyway’? So we had to become each other’s therapists.

“Because if you lose someone and you put it up on social media or the word gets out that you lost someone, you don’t want to hear from everybody – you want to hear from the people that knew him the most.”


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