Production is winding down on Universal's Fast & Furious 7, ending a long road for a production that has seen more than its fair share of adversity. Initially slated for a summer 2014 release, the highly-anticipated sequel was pushed into 2015 following the tragic death of franchise star Paul Walker in November. Shooting was delayed for several months, so director James Wan and Chris Morgan could rework the story, before production resumed at the end of March.

While it isn't known when shooting will be completely wrapped, Dwayne Johnson revealed on his Instagram account that today is his last day of shooting on Fast & Furious 7. Take a look at the group photo the actor posted, where he is surrounded by crew members, along with his message about this journey coming to a close.

"My last day of Fast & Furious.. I'm truly touched by the farewell love my film crew has shown me. Its been an honor to work with such an incredibly hard working and brilliant crew. (a crew who's had to practice great restraint daily on this production;). They may not be household names, but they'll ALWAYS be stars in my book. With great love and respect to all of you... see ya down the yellow brick road. Another place. Another time. #ThankUForAllYourWork ~ Rock"

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While no other cast members are seen in this photo, director James Wan is seen just to the left of the actor. The filmmaker himself also addressed Dwayne Johnson's last day on set with a photo on his Twitter account.