Fans of the late actor Paul Walker knew that watching him in “Furious 7” would be bittersweet.
“Not gonna lie, I shed a few tears at the end of Furious 7. The tribute to Paul Walker was very well done,” one woman said Monday on Twitter.
Hers was just one of a flood of messages on social media from people who said they got choked up during scenes featuring Walker, who died at 40 in a car crash in November 2013, before filming on “Furious 7” was completed.
To finish Walker’s scenes, the makers of the movie used body doubles, computer-generated images and even the actor’s brothers. But it was the ending that really got to moviegoers.