I Am Paul Walker: The Charismatic Actor’s Documentary To Premiere Next Month
Paul Walker, 40, who was best known for the “Fast and Furious” movies, untimely demise on November 30, 2013 leaving his fans stunned. He was killed in a car crash. His Porsche Carrera GT was driven by a racing team partner and financial adviser Roger Rodas and Walker was in the passenger seat. Suddenly the car striked a Santa Clarita lamp post and in no time burst into. After this heartbreak incident in 2014 the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department revealed the actual cause of the accident, it was the car that caused the crash and astonishingly Walker and Rodas were driving it between 80 and 93 mph.
Now like about around 5 years later Paramount Network is set to air a documentary on legend Paul Walker, “I Am Paul Walker“. The documentary is directed under the directorial of Adrian Buitenhuis, who is remembered to produce films on Heath Ledger, Chris Farley and Muhammad Ali, and is being handled by Derik Murray. “I Am Paul Walker” premieres August 11. “I Am Paul Walker” will feature family footage and interviews with the deceased actor’s family, both of Walker’s parents, his brothers, and his sister and friends including “Fast and Furious” franchise director Rob Cohen and co-star Tyrese Gibson and, “Running Scared” director Wayne Kramer. It is worth to mention Brian O’Conner of the Fast and Furious franchise was the name given by Walker himself.
In the matter of fact actor also starred in earlier films like The Skulls, Into the Blue, Flags of our Fathers and Bobby Z.”I Am Paul Walker” will focus on more than just Walker’s reel life but the documentary will detail his real life his passions outside of Hollywood, including his dedication to the conservation of the world’s oceans, his love for marine biology and the role he played in helping to rebuild Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake. A car show in memory of Walker was held in May at College of the Canyons.
Those in the U.S. will be able to watch “I Am Paul Walker” on August 11 at 9/8c on Paramount. For those outside the U.S., the documentary should be made available online.