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Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter

Updated: May 4, 2023

The Fast and The Furious 2001 film brought to live a different movie culture, car races, gang fights, very striking girls, many car models, and music influencing over three generations of fans following the adventures of Dominic Toretto and his family.


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

Wich each chapter delivering a new challenger to Dom and his team the saga grew in charisma within the hearts of its fans who identified with each one of the characters until we also considered each one of them part of their own families. When Paul Walker lost his life in 2013 in that tragic accident the franchise and the fans lost one of the pillars of that new era of delinquents/heroes taking over the world like a storm on each instalment. At that point Universal decided to keep Brian O'Connor a live, it was the best and sweetest idea and now that the saga is ready to close the complete circle of life, I think that Vin Diesel's idea to bring over Meadow, (Paulk Walker's daughter to Fast X), it is the proper tribute to his great friend and colleague to say goodbye to Brian O'Connor, Paul Walker's character.


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

Not much to say about Meadow Walker's character because it is still secret, other than she was seen in London filming Fast X and confirmed by Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel during some interviews. But we all know that since Paul's passing Vin Diesel keep his promise to Paul to maintain his memory alive if anything would happen to any of them and continuing a close relation to Meadow, Paul's daughter is also a genuinely nice and touching way to keep Paul's memories alive close to him all the time.


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques


'Fast X’s' Michelle Rodriguez Breaks Silence On Working With Paul Walker’s Daughter Meadow On The Movie


The "Fast and Furious" franchise has come a long way from its humble street racing beginnings and based on the trailer for "Vin Diesel's Fast X," the bar is continuing to be raised. However, since "Furious 7" there has been something of a cloud hanging over the franchise. Since the death of Paul Walker, there has been something missing on the big screen and it has been clearly difficult for the other stars to move on, but that has apparently been helped by having Walker’s recently married daughter Meadow appearing in the new film. While details are unknown it appears that Meadow Walker will appear in "Fast X" in an as-yet-unknown capacity.



While details are unknown it appears that Meadow Walker will appear in Fast X in an as-yet-unknown capacity. Michelle Rodriguez tells Extra that Meadow being on set is a “blessing” and says that she appreciates the support that Walker’s family has provided because it would be difficult to move on without it. Rodriguez explained…


It’s really hard to move on without a blessing of some sort from that family because it’s everything… Without kind of like that love from Meadow and Cody [Walker] and the family, we would be lost a little bit.


The Fast & Furious franchise has never been hotter than it was with Furious 7 the last film in which Paul Walker appeared. While the movie found a way to give the actor and the character a proper sendoff, using a bit of CGI trickery and Paul Walker’s brother, the franchise has continued and has continued to need to find a way to explain why Brian O’Conner hasn’t returned when so many others in the franchise have.



Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
'Fast X’s' Michelle Rodriguez Breaks Silence On Working With Paul Walker’s Daughter Meadow On The Movie



All the pictures in this blog are from Vin Diesel's Fast X film, coming to theaters on May 19, 2023


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques


Vin Diesel explains why 'Fast' X' returns to events of 'Fast Five': 'There is so much un-mined territory'


Like a silver screen comic book run, the Fast Saga has built a successful franchise around the practice of retroactive continuity. Characters are tragically killed off and later resurrected, while others are revealed to have been lurking in the peripheral the entire time. This longstanding longstanding tradition of recontextualisation will continue in this summer's Fast X, which kicks off with a Rashoman-style flashback to the iconic vault heist in Fast Five from the perspective of Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa), son of South American drug-lord Hernan Reyes. Fueled by pure spite — and perhaps just a little bit of nitrous oxide — Dante has studied Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) for years, plotting his revenge against the man's ever-growing family.


"The last movie really delved into that, and dictated, of course, the reveal of the brother [Jakob, played by John Cena]," Diesel explained during an interview with Total Film for the magazine's April 2023 issue (now on sale). "In that line of thinking, there is so much un-mined territory within the films that, when you follow the storyline, it produces a really interesting and rewarding story. You'll see as the finale pans out, it'll make sense why, in the same way we went back to the first film for Fast 9, we went back to the fifth film for Fast X."


Justin Lin and Dan Mazeau penned the screenplay for the penultimate chapter in the blockbuster property. Lin bowed out as director last year — though he did remain aboard the project in a producing role — and was replaced by Louis Leterrier (of The Transporter and The Incredible Hulk fame), who also wanted to reach back into the recesses of established Fast & Furious lore.


"As a fan, there's some stuff that I really wanted back from the franchise — the street races were one," the director said. "That's the fun of it all: when you're the head of a movie [series] that you've admired and have been a fan of for so many years, you get to bring your fantasies to life!"


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter


Vin Diesel explains why 'Fast' X' returns to events of 'Fast Five': 'There is so much un-mined territory'




Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques


Vin Diesel's post to social media comes out double, for that reason I am posting his video directly without using his Instagram post, but if you would like to see his original post double click on his name and will take you directly there.




Gratitude… All love, Always… 🙏🏽





Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

We Have Jason Momoa To Thank For Dante's Eccentric Fashion Sense In Fast X


Jason Momoa knows his "Fast X" character doesn't look like other villains. In a movie series full of tank-top-clad bald dudes, stylish suits and sunglasses, and whatever was happening to Charlize Theron's hair at one point, Dante Reyes (Momoa) stands out. The character made waves when a first image was released, showing Momoa wearing a purple silk shirt, a hair scrunchy, a pair of sunglasses with a totally clashing glasses chain, a spiky necklace, a pastel fingernail polish, and enough accessories to singlehandedly slow down a TSA line.


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Dante Reyes - Universal


Fans were instantly intrigued by Dante's look, and in the most recent issue of Total Film magazine, the actor spoke about the motivation behind his character's accoutrements — which were apparently all his idea. The actor reportedly pitched a lot of ideas for the character, from dark contact lenses that gave his eyes a shark-like look to a pastel lavender 1970 Chevy Impala that can be spotted in the film's trailer.


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Jason Momoa - Dante Reyes, Fast X

"Normally, a director will say 'Don't do that.' But Louis was like, 'Do more!'" Jason Momoa said, commenting on director Louis Leterrier's response to his character choices. Meanwhile, vehicle coordinator Dennis McCarthy estimated he and Momoa considered 10 different shades of purple before settling on the perfect one for the car. "I said, 'I'm getting it in f***ing lavender.'" Momoa told the outlet. "It was one of my main things. I was like, 'I'm not doing this unless I have everything in pastel.' And they supported it." The actor ultimately ended up with a lavender car, which he said is named after his mother. ("She absolutely hates lavender," he shared.) The lavender love went far beyond the hue of the Impala's paint job, though: Momoa hinted that it's a choice that will make audiences feel the opposite of threatened by Dante — at first. "I wanted to make him look really inviting and easy-going, to have a softer side. That's why he wears pastels," he told Total Film, acknowledging that Dante is "a little androgynous." For the latest "Fast & Furious" film, Momoa seems to have intentionally gone in a different direction than the muscle-bound bad guys before him. "I didn't want it to turn into another macho, testosterone-showdown kind of thing," he shared.





Despite the softness to Dante's look (that scrunchy especially is disorientingly adorable), it's clear from the new trailer for "Fast X" that he's a villain who's capable of a whole lot of harm. He seems to have a vendetta against Dom's (Vin Diesel) family and might be putting the hero in some unwinnable situations in his quest for vengeance. "That's the problem with having such a big family: how do you choose the ones you save?" he says in the trailer, a line that sounds more like Jigsaw or the Joker than a "Fast and Furious" villain. "He's been really, really hurt, so he's a dangerous person," Jason Momoa explained. "But his external vibes [...] I wanted you to be intrigued by Dante Reyes, and when you get close, he has you."


Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques

As for exactly how dangerous Dante is, fans will have to wait until the film hits theaters, but the actor told Total Film fans will want his character dead, and that the shoot involved "some pretty sadistic stuff that I had fun doing." Diesel echoed the latter sentiment, saying, "What's so scary about his character is the void of love, and how much that fuels his hate and desire for destruction." Another line in the trailer hints at just how dark Dante might go: "Never accept death when suffering is owed," he hisses in voiceover, and I can only hope he's wearing his pastel manicure and granny glasses chain as he says it.


"Fast X" hits theaters on May 19, 2023.



Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter

We Have Jason Momoa To Thank For Dante's Eccentric Fashion Sense In Fast X






Vin Diesel's Fast X And Meadow, Paul Walker's Daughter
Fan's Artwork Created by: Betania Luques






















The end of the road begins…




That's all for today ladies and gentlemen, I hope that you enjoyed the blog as much as I enjoyed pulling the information together for you. Stay Tuned!! will be more to come soon.



As Vin Diesel likes to say: All love always Vin ❤️ one love.

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Caridad Menendez
Caridad Menendez
Apr 08, 2023

This is absolutely amazing, perfect ending ❤️

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