Paul Walker last completed movie was "Hours" and his family was invited to the special screening held at the theatre in La Cañada Flintridge, California, reports E News. Though the family is terribly upset and disturbed because of his sudden and untimely death, his relatives enjoyed seeing Walker on the big screen in his last intense movie.
Reuters Krysha Converse wipes a tear reading notes written on a tree during an unofficial memorial event for "Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker in Santa Clarita, California December 8, 2013.
"His family was very stoic," says a representative for "Hours" to E Online. "But they enjoyed the film and had a really lovely evening."
However, Walker's teenage daughter Meadown Rain Walker was not present at the special screening as she had already seen the movie with her dad earlier. So what is the movie all about?
"Hours" is an intense drama which involves a father's struggle to save her new born daughter in the neonatal intensive care unit of the hospital at a time when Hurricane Katrina struck. Paul plays the character of a father who will go to any extent to save her daughter in the hospital as power supply runs out and the last minutes seem like hours. This was a very different role from a usually stylish and speed crazy Paul we are used to in the "Fast and Furious" movies.
Some people also call Paul Walker's "Hours" as the actors' attempt to start a new chapter in the field of acting, which is different from his earlier characters. Walker was quite upbeat about the role.
"He had gushed to me about the new offers he was getting from people who'd seen his performance," said Eric Heisserer, the first-time director of "Hours," in an interview with CNN. "His career was finally going in a direction that he was excited about for the first time in many years."
Throughout the movie, Paul presents himself perfectly as the character stressed and pained over his infant baby. He's willing to give his best shot to save her as his hospital is evacuated and the city is drenched by floodwaters.
The star of the "Fast & Furious" movie franchise, died Saturday, November 30, in a car crash. Currently, his family is preparing for the funeral. Meanwhile watch the trailer of "Hours" below. It's difficult to imagine that Walker will not be there to star in future movies.