"No, nope, nah, no thanks, never, don't do this. WHY. Stop it. Just stop." That will be the resounding outcry of true fans on the April 10, 2015 release day of Fast & Furious 7, which is set to feature a patchwork of Paul Walker computer regenerations and slapdash body doubles. The decision is a dishonorable one, and should not be endorsed.
Here's a trailer for the fifth movie in the Fast and the Furious saga, simply titled Fast Five. (They are no longer furious, I guess. Irritated? Irked? Content?) It's the same movie as always, except this time Paul Walker is fully a criminal and they are in Brazil and Michelle Rodriguez is still dead. (Spoiler guys, sorry.) At this point all Paul Walker and Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster do these days is say they're not going to make more Fast and the Furious movies and then go and make another Fast and the Furious movie. "Naw, we were just playin'. We're gonna make another one. Yeah."