Vin Diesel Shares ‘Fast & Furious 7’ Set Photo Featuring Jordana Brewster

Dom Toretto embraces his sister Mia in a scene from the upcoming ‘Fast & Furious’ sequel. Are the siblings saying good-bye forever?
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Vin Diesel Shares ‘Fast & Furious 7’ Set Photo Featuring Jordana Brewster

As production continues on Fast & Furious 7, completing a shoot that was halted after the untimely death of franchise star Paul Walker last November, Vin Diesel is sharing an intimate photo from the set. Seen embracing Jordana Brewster, its possible that Dom Toretto is saying good-bye to his sister Mia for the final time. This latest chapter in the series will send Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner off into the sunset, retiring his character as opposed to killing him off. This could mean that Mia, mother of Brian's child, is going away with him. Check it out as Dom and Mia give each other a lasting hug that may just wrap up this storyline in the continuing Fast & Furious saga.

Fast & Furious Set Photo

Furious 7 was released April 3rd, 2015.

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