By Lisa Stanley

Ingenious or creepy? You decide.

Filmmakers of the Fast & Furious franchise now say that they will use computer generated images and audio of Paul Walker to fill in his missing scenes of Fast & Furious 7.

A source close to the film told The New York Daily News that body doubles will provide the movement and the base for Walker’s character Brian O’Conner. The source added that “Paul’s face and voice will be used on top using CGI.”

Walker completed a lot of his scenes of the upcoming film before his untimely death in November. Sources close to Universal Films say they are confident that fans will be happy with the outcome. The movie is set to start filming again in April.

So what do you think about the studios choice to finish the film using body doubles and CGI?  Tell us in the comments below!


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