Looks like Fast & Furious 7 is going to be a family affair. Paul Walker‘s siblings Caleb and Codi will be joining the franchise’s cast in honor of their late brother, who passed away back in November.
Walker’s sister Ashlie told RadarOnline of her brothers:
“They’re excited to be in Dubai, they’ve never been there before. And the cast has treated them so well. They have mixed feelings. It’s emotional. And it’s been hard to step into Paul’s shoes and make a huge career move. They’ve been working with coaches on their scripts. They want to honor him and do the very best they can.”
Yesterday, co-star Vin Diesel posted the picture above of him onset with Walker’s brothers and wrote this moving note:
“When I heard the news, I left the production, grabbed a plane and took my family and Michelle back to LA… drove directly to his parent’s house… His Father said, Paul loved you Vin… I awkwardly and nervously said, aw come on… then he said… you don’t have to get along every second to love each other… so true. P.s. After spending time with his biological brothers, I must say to the parents, you raised some great kids.”
While most teenagers her age have already been on social media, Paul Walker’s daughter Meadow recently joined in on social media, creating an Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. The 15-year-old has yet to post anything, but she already has over 11,000 followers on Twitter and nearly 30,000 followers on Instagram. She even chose a sentimental photo of her late father as her cover pic.
Actress Emma Stone recently referred to herself as a “bland basic bitch” in an interview she conducted at a Build-A-Bear workshop in L.A. She went on to claim that she doesn’t see herself as a trend-setter, and that borrowing clothes for events and award shows is just “fun.” We have to disagree; Stone is the farthest thing from basic. From her quirky personality to her killer style, Emma Stone just effortlessly wins. Plus Vogue doesn’t put just anyone on their covers. Her Vogue issue hits stands April 29th.
Through the powerful world of the Internet and editing, Jimmy Fallon and his crew made a hilarious video of NBC anchor Brian Williams rapping the Snoop Dogg classic “Gin and Juice.” This isn’t the first time the Late Night crew pulled off this time-consuming stunt, but it’s easily one of the funniest. Check out the video above.
King Joffrey got some jokes. Game of Thrones actor Jack Gleeson‘s character was recently killed off the show (in the most gruesome way) but decided to have a little fun amongst the “tragedy.” TMZ reports:
Gleeson had a private “Game of Thrones” screening in Ireland Sunday night with 11 friends. Some of Gleeson’s pals hadn’t read the books, so they were totally in the dark … although Jack did warn them something big would be happening.
Gleeson celebrated his death by ordering from Dublin’s Chop Chop. His meal of choice … a 10 piece order of the Salt Chili Chicken Balls, a few Eight Degrees beers (from his hometown in Ireland), and some homemade Joffrey-shaped cookies … complete with blood frosting.”
That’s true Game of Thrones fashion.