The release of “Fast & Furious 7? has been pushed to 2015, Vin Diesel wrote on his Facebook page Sunday night. Diesel starred in most of the films in the popular series alongside Paul Walker, who died in a car accident the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Production on the seventh “Fast” film was more than half-completed when Walker died, but has been on hold since the tragic accident. Executives at Universal, the film’s studio, have been discussing how to proceed since Walker’s death, meeting with the filmmakers, including director James Wan, producer Neal Moritz and writer Chris Morgan.