Here is something very much delightful that Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel has gone on the record saying the ending of Furious 7 is the best moment of his career and maybe the best moment it has been recorded put on the film. Now, this might sound like a big claim, but you have to wait until you hear Diesel’s reasoning.
Diesel shared his big Furious 7 feelings in an interview lately, he did with the UK outlet NNE while promoting his new movie named as Bloodshot. The Fast and the Furious star got very deep as he shared his reasoning for why the Furious 7 ending, which also serves as a send-off to the late actor Paul Walker following his untimely passing in the year 2013, is so damn good.
The actor also said that He did not want anyone to use the tragedy as a story plot. It was very much important for him, he said that it was a very very tough moment for him, but there was some solace in the fact that they were able to protect from the natural whim of a producer or anyone to say well now they are going to avenge the character.
These were the words that he said. Then he went on to say it might be the best moment in his cinematic history. Not just in his career but in cinematic history. Men around the world everyone was able to cry but men around the planet for the very first time in history were able to cry together which is a very good thing.
Even if the actor was joking about the ending of Furious 7 being the moment in cinematic history, it is very hard to disagree that it has a damn fine scene. The people or the fans of the franchise still recall watching the ending in a packed theatre and hearing more than a few sniffles as we all watched Dominic and Brian taking one last ride together, watching as their cars ending up taking separate roads.