Sunday marked one year to the day since actor Paul Walker was tragically killed in a car crash, making for an emotional outpouring of memories and tributes.
Just 40 years old, Paul Walker was killed on November 30, 2013, along with his longtime friend Roger Rodas, leaving fans, friends and co-stars devastated.
With Furious 7 nearing its April release, Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez were among those memorializing Walker once more on Sunday afternoon.
Diesel posted a Facebook photo of his daughter with Walker, writing:
“He was a part of so much in my life … long personal talks with my mother or babysitting the Alpha Angel … he took a certain pride in being uncle Pablo."
"After all, we were filming a scene in FF4 the day she was born, and he being the only one I told, encouraged me to go in and cut the umbilicle cord [sic]."
"He was an important part of my transition into fatherhood, that healthy family member, with the most positive outlook on life. A year ago today ..."
"A year of mourning… and his absence still leaves me speechless."
Tyrese posted a long Instagram tribute to his co-star and friend: "To this day his arm is still around my neck with love and protection… Rest in heaven…”
"In this life one would hope to be this ‘effective’ 1 year ago today God called an angel home early. I miss my brother I miss my friend and I miss OUR STAR!!!!!"
"Physically gone but forever alive in our minds, hearts and spirit… What was once tears of pain and shock are now tears of JOY celebrating all that you stood for…"
"Everyone worldwide please take 5 mins out of your day to send life, prayers and energy to Paul’s family his daughter Meadow and immediate circle today."
“A celebration of Paul William Walker will be echoed around the world."
Rodriguez took to Twitter, writing: “I love you Paul. Your living in the hearts of all who love you for sure. Sending mad love out to Heaven @SupportROWW.”
Ludacris wrote: “Always in our hearts. Can’t believe it’s been a year already. You spirit will be felt in volumes across the world forever #fast7april3rd #rip.”
Hundreds of fans also gathered Sunday at the site of Walker’s death in Santa Clarita, Calif., adding to the makeshift street memorial with flowers and mementos.