The Crazy Rumor That Justin Bieber Will Replace Paul Walker in Fast & Furious 7 [VIDEO]
Dec 13, 2013 13:50
Paul Walker's tragic death has sparked some questions in the Fast and Furious franchise, for example, who will take his place? According to some websites, rumor has it that Justin Bieber will be filling his shoes.
Of course, that sounds like total bollocks. (We hope it is bollocks!). A number of sites are saying that the current rumor seems to have originated from a one Jacob Joseph from Carbuzz, who wrote: "The idea proposed is to put none other than Justin Bieber in the movie. Whether the idea is to actually replace Walker with Bieber playing the same character, or if some other idea is being worked out".
Bieber was linked to the film to the Fast&Furious 7 franchise back in the summer before Walker's accident, though obviously that's just a hoax.
Hollywoodreporter, says that according to sources from within Universal, there's great uncertainty about the movie and that right now, writer Chris Morgan is "at work crafting revisions to the script that Universal execs hope can retire Walker's character from the series using scenes already shot" as a fitting tribute to the star.
For now, don't believe Justin Bieber will be taking on this role. Or any other manly roles you can think of, unless they involve peeing in a mop bucket or sleeping with prostitutes.
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