A statement posted on the movie page (FAST AND FURIOUS 7 Fast and Furious 7) on Facebook that the brothers of the late actor Paul Walker, who died November will continue his remaining scenes in his last film.
The statement said that Caleb and Cody Walker will contribute to filming action scenes instead of their brother and "fill some of the gaps in the film."
Walker (40 years) died on 30 November 2013 in a car accident in Santa Clarita, Calif., northwest of Los Angeles.
The statement said, " their presence made us all feel that Paul is also present with us."
Walker was on vacation from the film (Fast and Furious 7) at the time of his death, which led to the suspension of work temporarily.
Walker was a symbol of street racing and car culture through the role of a police officer Brian O'Connor in five films (Fast and Furious), which the previous six films dealt with illegal motor racing in the streets, robbery and organized crime.
The company postponed the Universal Pictures - owned by a group Comcast - then put the date of Part VII of the movie nine months to April 2015.
The last movie ended Walker from photographing before his departure is (BRIC Mansions Brick Mansions), which will be released in cinemas in the United States on 25 April.