Paul Walker Goes Old School, Ducks Nissan GT-R Under Truck in New Furious 7 Video

With exactly one month until the official unveil of the seventh installment of the famous action series that brought pleasure to petrolheads around the globe, Universal Studious pulls the big guns. As if fans weren’t already elated, producers have just released a new video teaser of the long awaited Furious 7, only that this time Paul Walker is seen using the Japanese sportscar to duck under a truck.
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Photo: Furious 7 on YouTube
Not only is April’s premiere believed to be the most successful installment of the entire series, but it will most likely be extremely popular especially because it’s Paul Walker’s last movie. Universal Studious seem to know that quite good considering they keep teasing their fans on a weekly basis.

Half of the last clip they just posted on the Furious 7 YouTube account shows the beginning of the movie trailer, which means there’s nothing new to it. The other half, however, shows Paul Walker literally going old-school, as he is seen ducking a Nissan GT-R under a truck, a trick that happened in the original Fast and Furious movie as well.

Furious 7 will hit theaters and IMAX on April 3rd and has James Wan as the director of this chapter. The hugely successful series also welcomes back favorites Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Elsa Pataky and Lucas Black. They are joined by international action stars new to the franchise including Jason Statham, Dijmon Hounsou, Tony Jaa, Ronda Rousey and Kurt Russell.

If you ask us we’ll watch the movie for two reasons, first because it’s Paul Walker’s last work and secondly for that Lynkan HyperSport jumping through the windows of a skyscraper only to brake into the next one.

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