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Brick Mansions: Two new clips of Paul Walker's action-filled final film

01 MAY 2014 Paul Walker was known for high-powered action films so it is only fitting that the late actor’s final film, Brick Mansions, is exactly one of those.

HELLO! Online have two new clips from the film, in which Paul plays Damien, a cop in a dystopian Detroit.

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Paul Walker in Brick Mansions


Damien is fighting a battle against corruption every day, as the police force have constructed a wall around the abandoned brick mansions from better times that now house the city’s most dangerous criminals.

But Damien soon has to team up with one of the criminals, Lino (played by the co-founder of Parkour David Belle), when a drug kingpin kidnaps Lino’s girlfriend.

Written and produced by Luc Besson, the man behind Leon and The Fifth Element, Brick Mansions looks like a tense and thrilling action film – and the second clip showcases David’s brilliant parkour skills, an activity which has taken the world by storm.

The Fast & Furious star was tragically killed in a car crash in November. Before he died he had begun production on the seventh film in the franchise, but the script was later rewritten.
 


Paul Walker and David Belle in Brick Mansions


There was an outpouring of support when the news was announced, and his team posted a collage of the scenes from the site set up in honour of the Fast & Furious star in California on Facebook.

"We've seen the most incredible outpouring of support from Paul Walker fans over the past week," the caption read for the post which has amassed nearly 800,000 'likes'.

"To those who have attended the many tributes worldwide, posted heartfelt messages online, and supported his charity Reach Out Worldwide -- we'd just like to say THANK YOU.

"Your gestures of love have meant so much. We promise to keep you updated via Paul's Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, including on our plans for a global tribute. - Team PW".


 

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