Paul Walker’s Fast And Furious Co-Stars React To His Death

On December 2, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Music, Videos, by nadia

Fans are still dealing with the news of Paul Walker’s death as the holiday weekend comes to a close.

Fans are still dealing with the news of Paul Walker’s death as the holiday weekend comes to a close. Hollywood and fans alike turned to social media to tweet their grievances. But no one was hit harder than his Fast & Furious co-stars.

“Paul was pure light. I cannot believe he is gone,” Jordana Brewster tweeted on Sunday morning. Meanwhile, Tyrese Gibson was spotted breaking down at the memorial erected near the site of Walker’s car crash. He was in tears as he said goodbye to his friend.

“Brother, I will miss you very much. Heaven has gained a new angel,” Vin Diesel wrote on Twitter and Instagram. “My brother and I, we aimed for the stars together. I feel honored and blessed to of known such a wonderful guy. Rest in peace.”

The seventh F&F film is still in production and the state of the film is still unclear at this time.

Get more celebrity gossip and entertainment news at VH1 Celebrity!

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Failed It: The 15 Most Epic Celebrity Meltdowns Of 2013

On December 2, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Music, Videos, by nadia

The pressure of celebrity has got to be pretty immense, and sometimes famous folks can crack under the pressure. Symptoms can range from a few ill-advised tweets, all the way on up to a full scale nuclear meltdown of career-crippling capacity! Regardless of the size, these blowups are always sure to land in the headlines

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The pressure of celebrity has got to be pretty immense, and sometimes famous folks can crack under the pressure. Symptoms can range from a few ill-advised tweets, all the way on up to a full scale nuclear meltdown of career-crippling capacity! Regardless of the size, these blowups are always sure to land in the headlines. Whether funny, sad, or just plain crazy, we’ve had some doozys in this past year. Head down below for the 15 most epic celeb meltdowns of 2013!

15. Kanye West

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[Photo: Getty Images]

Of COURSE this list had to be blessed by Yeezy, the patron saint of meltdowns. Kanye West did NOT take kindly to Jimmy Kimmel spoofing his interview with the BBC in September, and took to Twitter to make sure the world knew it!

“JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS,” the epic all-caps rant began. “JIMMY KIMMEL, I DON’T TAKE IT AS A JOKE…. YOU DON’T HAVE SCUM BAGS HOPPING OVER FENCES TRYING TO TAKE PICTURES OF YOUR DAUGHTER.” Things just went downhill from there, with West claiming that Kimmel was a “manipulative media motherf—er,” didn’t get enough “good p—y,” and that ex-girlfriend Sarah Silverman was way funnier. Low blows! Luckily, Kimmel was able to convince the rapper to appear on his show and bury the hatchet.

14. Bret Michaels

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[Photo: NBC]

The ’80s rocker and VH1 reality hero took an unexpected tumble when he became the first cast member Donald Trump booted from Celebrity Apprentice: All-Stars back in March. Granted, Trump probably isn’t the most gentle and sensitive of souls, but insiders were reportedly shocked by the extent of Michaels’ bummer.
“Bret was crying and totally distraught after he was fired,” a source told RadarOnline. “He couldn’t stop crying and even the producers were trying to comfort him. No one expected him to have a meltdown like that.”

13. Lil Wayne

[Photo: Getty Images]

[Photo: Getty Images]

The folks at DirecTV tapped Weezy to appear at their annual Celebrity Beach Bowl flag football match last February. That was their mistake. But then a clumsy cameraman made the error of accidentally bumping into the rapper during the post-game trophy presentation. This caused Lil Wayne to explode, and the camera catches him being held by back by two team mates while screaming “Look at me, motherf—-r. Look at me when you apologize.”

It got much worse when the same camera guy was responsible for taping Lil’s interview a short while later. Needless to say, he was not ready to talk football, and was prepared to storm off the field. “One of these camera dudes just pushed me just now,” he raged. “And I don’t like to be touched by people I don’t tell to touch me so… I’m gonna get out of the building because if I touch somebody, I go to jail because they’re not the color of me. They’re not the same color I am, so you know how that go. But, to them f–k you.”

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Remembering Paul Walker (1973-2013)

On December 1, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

View Photo Gallery The news that Fast and Furious star Paul Walker passed away yesterday seemed to shock and stun everyone last night. The actor and humanitarian was only 40 years old when he died in a fiery car crash in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California with friend Roger Rodas


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The news that Fast and Furious star Paul Walker passed away yesterday seemed to shock and stun everyone last night. The actor and humanitarian was only 40 years old when he died in a fiery car crash in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California with friend Roger Rodas. As tragic as the loss is, Walker leaves behind a legacy of charity work and popular action films that were loved by fans all over the world. Here’s a look back at Walker’s life, the movies he made and the difference he’s made in people’s lives.

Paul William Walker IV was born September 12, 1973 in Glendale, California. He was raised in a Mormon household and started going on auditions as a child to help support the family. Movie stardom was never the actor’s dream. His first love was the ocean and he studied marine biology at various community colleges before his film career took off.

Walker is burned in many film fans’ memories as one of the big heartthrobs of the late ’90s teen movie boom. He appeared as Reece Witherspoon‘s love interest in Pleasantville, co-starred opposite James Van Der Beek in Varsity Blues and Freddie Prinze, Jr. in She’s All That. 

His big break came in 2001 when he appeared as Brian O’Conner in the original The Fast and the Furious film. The movie became a surprise international hit and spawned six sequels. Walker appeared in all but one.

It’s not clear yet how his untimely death will affect production on the seventh Fast & Furious film, but Vin Diesel suggested on Instagram that they were filming some extra scenes in Los Angeles just last week.

Diesel has already posted a message on Instagram in memory of Walker that reads, ”Brother I will miss you very much. I am absolutely speechless. Heaven has gained a new Angel. Rest in Peace.”

The prevailing sentiment in Hollywood has been that we haven’t just lost a popular film star, but a good man.

Walker is survived by his fifteen-year-old daughter Meadow.

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