‘Fast and Furious 7’ Star Michelle Rodriguez Hopes Sequel Will Make Paul Walker Proud

The actress posed with co-star Vin Diesel for a picture after wrapping production on the movie she called “the roughest shoot” in her career

Michelle Rodriguez poses with Vin Diesel after 'Fast and Furious 7' wraps production

Michelle Rodriguez is calling “Fast and Furious 7” the “roughest shoot” of her career, and hopes it makes Paul Walker proud.

“15 years later Ride or Die through thick and thin we finally finished the hardest emotional roller coaster, #FF7,” Rodriguez wrote on Facebook on Thursday after the production wrapped reshoots. “Hope to make you proud P, love you.”

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The actress, who posed with co-star Vin Diesel for the snapshot (above) that accompanied the shout out to her fallen friend, also recognized the hard work from the rest of the cast and crew.

“One love to a crew and cast that endured most likely the roughest shoot in their careers,” Rodrigues wrote in a separate post. “A labor done with love and respect for a legacy that will live on long after we’re gone.”

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“Fast and the Furious 7” is directed by James Wan (“The Conjuring”). Universal was originally planning for the action movie to hit theaters this summer, just a year after the last scored big bucks at the box office, but Walker’s death delayed production.

The movie, which will feature “Tokyo Drift” star Lucas Black returning to the franchise as well as Kurt Russell and Jason Statham, is now set to be released on April 3 next year.