magazine, the 35-year old proposed to girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell over the holidays. He actually started dating her when she was just 16 and he was 32!!! What type of parents would let their 16-year-old daughter date a 32-year-old? " Well, he's already got a 9-year-old and a 19-year-old.

While this may be the last that fans will see of Walker's character in the franchise, NBC Universal vice-chairman Ron Meyer revealed to MSN that Walker will still appear in "Furious 8." Walker's return in "Fast and Furious 8" however, will not be the way that fans are expecting.

"Paul won't be in it, but he'll be represented in some form or another, but whether his image is in it, I can't tell you yet, but he won't be in the film as a performer, as an actor, the way we did it last time," Meyer announced.

While fans have yet to see how Walker will be "represented" in the upcoming "Fast and Furious" movie, reports claim that Charlize Theron will be playing the villain in "Furious 8," Business Standard reported.

According to the publication, Theron is currently in talks to play the villain who will be facing off against Diesel's character in "Furious 8." Theron has reportedly worked on a project with "Furious 8" director F.

Paul’s brother Cody Walker was able to help finish the previous film as an uncredited cast member, but in recent times NBC Universal revealed that Paul’s character Brian O’Conner will return in “some form or another,” although the exact form remains a surprise.

Dwayne Johnson also revealed that New York City was a possibility.

The new movie poster posted online by Vin Diesel does seem to indicate that NYC will play a major part for the series, but in the past fans have noted how the heavily congested streets would be an unlikely host to street racing (although a New Yorker’s road rage provides the missing furious part).

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Many fans were heartbroken when they found out about Paul Walker's tragic accident in 2013.

Filming for "Furious 7" was already nearing its completion when the accident took place, which called for his brother, Cody, to film his remaining scenes for the movie.

Thanks to CGI, Walker's character as Brian O'Conner was given proper closure in "Furious 7." The final scene for the movie showed Brian saying goodbye to his friend, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and the two driving off to separate paths.