Universal Studios has announced Fast & Furious 7 filming has ended and the movie will premiere one week earlier than planned.

Universal Studios has announced Fast & Furious 7 filming has ended and the movie will premiere one week earlier than planned.

The seventh installment in the Fast & Furious franchise was supposed to come out this summer but was pushed back after Paul Walker's tragic accident on November 30, 2013 while he was on the passenger seat of a Porsche Carrera GT driven by friend and business partner Roger Rodas who also passed away.

Towards the end of last year, Vin Diesel said Fast & Furious 7 would be out on April 10, 2015 but now after filming has ended, Universal Studios has moved forward the launch date to April 3. Paul Walker's remaining unshot scenes have been replaced with computer-generated imagery and also by his brother Cody. Following Paul Walker's death, the script had to be rewritten in order to retire Brian O’Conner so that the franchise could continue without one of the stars although it won't be the same.

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Fast & Furious 7 filming ends, premiere moved forward to April 3