Actor Vin Diesel has thanked fans for their support of the news that makers of Fast & Furious franchise are resuming work on the seventh installment. He says it's his "most significant" project ever.
"God knows we will need all of you to complete this intense experience called 'Seven'. Though this may be one of the hardest things I have had to do in my career, I can't help but to think that it will also be the most significant," contactmusic.com quoted Diesel as saying.
He also recently posted a new tribute to his Fast & Furious co-star Paul Walker, who died in a fiery car crash in November 2013.
Of the personal and professional bond that he and his co-star shared, Diesel shared that Walker had become close to his own family.
Alongside a picture of Walker with Diesel's brother, also called Paul, the actor posted on Facebook: "Pablo (Walker) and my mother would have deep conversations... she claimed, that it was no accident that this on-screen duo has come to define brotherhood in our millennium. You see... the other guy in the photo is also named Paul... and although they look more alike, he is actually my twin brother."
Walker passed away in a fiery car crash last year at the age of 40. The production of the film was halted following Walker's sudden death.