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Fast and Furious to bring back Paul Walker’s character

A recent visit by Cody to the set of the upcoming movie has fans wondering if Brian O'Connor could make his return to the franchise next year.

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Vin Diesel made clear one thing he and his Fast & Furious 9 character, Dom Toretto have in common over the years: It is that they don’t have friends but they have family.

The death of Paul Walker led his two brothers, Caleb and Cody to step in to finish the filming of Furious 7.

A recent visit by Cody to the set of the upcoming movie has fans wondering if Brian O’Connor could make his return to the franchise next year.

Vin Diesel uploaded a photo of him and the late co-star’s brother on his Instagram and the rumour wheel has now started turning. The caption that accompanied the photo was:

“There is something special that happens every time Cody comes to visit production…. Always making Pablo proud! All love, always. #Fast92020 #Fatherhood #FastFamily”

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We only know that it was just a visit so far and not for the filming of anything. However, the Fast & Furious franchise hasn’t been one to shy away from surprises though. So at least a brief glimpse of Brian could be coming.

A familiar face is returning. Jordana Brewster will be playing Mia, his wife and mother of his son.

Even if all we see is another shot of them riding off into the sunset one more time together, it’d be awesome.

A few more exciting talents are being added to the roster in the form of John Cena and Michael Rooker in two as yet unknown roles.

Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren will both star as Cipher and Magdalene Shaw, respectively.

And then, of course, there’s all the original cast members as well, like Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson and more.

With a star-studded cast, would it make sense to bring back Paul Walker’s character?

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