‘Furious 7’ Breaks Records At Box Office, Tyrese Credits Paul Walker

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Universal’s action movie, Furious 7, killed at the box office over the weekend. The sequel to the 2013 film Fast & Furious 6 and the seventh installment in the Fast & Furious film series, brought in (as of Sunday) a record $143 million opening at the domestic box office.

Ludacris, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson at the Furious 7 LA premiere

Ludacris, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson at the Furious 7 LA premiere

According to CNN, this is the biggest opening weekend in 2015.┬áThe film also became the top opening in “Fast” series history, surpassing the $97.3 million of 2013’s “Fast & Furious 6.”

The film was Paul Walker’s last movie appearance, as the actor┬ádied in a 2013 car crash while the film was still in production.

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