Paul Walker film "Brick Mansions" hits theaters April 25
If you follow the entertainment world at all, you know that Paul Walker died a few months ago in a car accident Walker was best known for his roles in the Fast and Furious film franchise. Those weren't the only films that Walker had been in.
One of the last movies Walker filmed is an action role called Brick Mansions reports Yahoo News. The release date for the film has been changed by Relativity Media. The movie will hit theaters on April 25. That premiere date was previously held by the film Earth to Echo. Earth to Echo has been pushed to a July 2 release date.
Relativity and EuropaCorp will also be making a donation to Walker's charity Reach Out WorldWide. The donation will be the entire costs of the film's world premiere.
“Paul Walker was an incredible actor, a devoted friend and a warm colleague and we continue to mourn his tragic passing. We are proud to have worked with him on ‘Brick Mansions’ and look forward to honoring him with one of his final releases,” Relativity said in a statement.
Brick Mansions is a film set in Detroit where brick mansions left over from better times house dangerous criminals. The police build a wall around the area to protect the city. Walker plays an undercover cop named Damien Collier.
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