Fans gather and place flowers at the scene of a fiery crash that killed "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker in the Santa Clarita area of Los Angeles on December 1, 2013.
Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker's body was so much burned in the Nov 30 crash that his dental records had to be checked for the identification.
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According to TMZ, the county coroner of Los Angeles delayed Walker autopsies until the end of this week as the 40-year-old actor's body was unidentifiable. Walker's red Porsche was apparently out of control when it slammed into a tree and a pole. It burst into flames in Santa Clarita.
Meanwhile, leaked footage of Fast and Furious 7 shows Walker attending Han and Gisele funerals. Even though the film is expected to hit the theatres in 2014 summer, the leaked footages have already sparked interest among the admirers of the Fast and Furious franchise. According to Movies.com, anyone who thought that the death which took place at the end of Fast and Furious 6 was not real must be shocked.
The leaked footages show that no one really sheds any tears at the funerals even though Van Diesel croaks out. He says that Han was always his brother. He also claims that he will put the person responsible for Han's death to grave. Walker attending the funeral of Han in the film must be ironic as he is going to be buried shortly.
His funeral seems to have been stirred with controversy by the Westboro Baptist Church as announced that the church members would picket at Walker's funeral. The church official earlier tweeted their reaction to the actor's sudden death, saying that the actor had failed to live a righteous life. The church has already earned notoriety for picketing at celebrity funerals. They target the celebrities who, they believe, live a 'fallen' life. They have also targeted a number of funerals of U.S. soldiers.
Van Diesel posted on Instagram that he was going to miss his 'brother'. He also wrote that he was 'absolutely speechless'. 'Heaven has gained a new Angel', he wrote.