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'Fast and Furious 8': Vin Diesel Plays with Torpedoes, Submarines, Autonomous Cars in Paul Walker Tribute Film [VIDEOS]

Update Date: Mar 18, 2017 11:33 PM EDT

The pace of "Fast and Furious 8" is kept intact with autonomous cars, torpedoes, submarines and its thrilling racing car sequences, despite the fact that Paul Walker is not a part of the cast.

The year 2013 was a sad year for all "The Fast and Furious" Fans. Walker passed away, which brought up numerous questioned when it came to the future of the "Fast and Furious" franchise because Paul Walker was a very important part of the cast. However, Vin Diesel and the rest were able to make the revival of the series a reality, and now the movie is on its way for a huge release on April 12.

Most critics and non-critics may say that Diesel has found a way to take advantage of his friend's death. However, this is not the case with Diesel, as he believes that this is the best way to provide a heartfelt tribute to his late brother, who he referred to as Pablo. He goes on to state that is Walker's determination and motivation that forced him and the rest of the gang to continue with the gripping action-packed series, according to The Verge.

Diesel has really been vocal about how he misses his friend three years down the line after the car accident that killed Walker. Apart from Diesel, the rest of the cast has spoken on numerous occasions about the tragic death of their friend and brother. 

The upcoming "Fast and the Furious 8" is going to have some of the best vehicle stunts and action, but all the same, it is a movie that emphasizes on family, according to Metro. The next movie in the series still maintains the same theme that it had since it started, which is basically love, family, and sacrifice. 

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