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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Paul Walker
Paul Walker's daughter will live with a nanny and her mother, an attorney told a court commissioner who dismissed guardianship proceedings over the teenager on Wednesday.
The widow of the man who was driving a Porsche sports car that crashed and killed actor Paul Walker sued the automaker on Monday, claiming design flaws caused both men to die in a fiery crash in November.
A judge appointed an independent attorney for Paul Walker's daughter Wednesday to help determine who will raise the teenager in the wake of her father's death last year.
For Cody Walker, the death of big brother Paul Walker still doesn't feel real.
Adrenaline runs high in the entertaining, action-heavy remake of the 2004 French film "District B13." Starring the late Paul Walker in one of his last roles, "Brick Mansions" packs gunfights, car chases, acrobatic stunts and humor into one stylized package.
It's kind of sad watching Paul Walker in this weekend's new action thriller "Brick Mansions," partially because of the actor's tragic death late last year, but more because you know you won't have much good to say about the film when it's over.
Paul Walker's brothers are stepping to help finish filming on "Fast & Furious 7," the film Walker was in the midst of making when he died in November.
"Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker and friend Roger Rodas were going up to 94 mph in a 45 mph zone in a Porsche with two 9-year-old tires when they lost control, hit a light pole and died immediately when the car burst into flames, according to a new investigation of the November accident.
The Porsche carrying "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker was traveling up to 94 mph when it went out of control on a suburban street and crashed, killing the actor and his friend, according to an investigation by law enforcement agencies into the November accident.
Investigators calculated that driver Roger Rodas was driving between 81 mph and 94 mph when his 2005 Porsche Carrera GT began to drift after coming out of a curve.
AP source: Speed, about 90 mph, not mechanical problems caused actor Paul Walker car crash.
Paul Walker's mother has petitioned to become the legal guardian of the late actor's teenage daughter in accordance with his final wishes.
Two thrillers released in theaters late last year — “Hours” and “Oldboy” — lead new movies on DVD this week.
Paul Walker's teenage daughter is the sole beneficiary of the actor's estate, which is valued at an estimated $25 million, court records show.
For those who were there, it was like the Super Bowl without the bother of football.
"God's grace is all we have. Before we start filming we are going to have a strong prayer. That will be the start, before we film anything," he told celebrity gossip site TooFab, according to Christian today. "That is what is needed for us to do 'Fast & Furious 7.'"
But rarely do you believe a word he says when he attempts to be threatening.