The actor posted several heart-warming clips from interviews and appearances with his ‘Fast & Furious’ costar. Walker died in a car crash Nov. 30.
The actors starred in six of the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise films together.
Vin Diesel thanked fans for helping him cope with the death of fellow “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker by posting a lengthy video montage of the two actors together over the years.
“A glimpse… of Dom and Brian… off screen,” Diesel, 40, captioned the emotional tribute.
In the 18-minute video posted to his Facebook page on Tuesday, the action star and Walker, who died in a fiery car crash on Nov. 30, appear inseparable during press junkets, red carpet appearances and interviews for their “Fast” film franchise.
Walker and Diesel are often seen laughing and joking together during press interviews.
“You have always been so supportive, especially in these past two months,” he wrote to fans.
“So, I wanted to share something personal that I worked on through the New Year, in honor of my brother Pablo… Paul.”
‘A glimpse… of Dom and Brian… off screen,’ Diesel captioned the video.
Diesel has frequently referred to Walker as his “brother,” and in the video there are several moments of the two laughing and chatting happily together. The “Chronicles of Riddick” actor has taken to his Facebook page to grieve with fans since Walker’s death — after addressing a small crowd of mourners at Walker’s crash site early in December.
“The complexities of Brotherhood, and the painful void… of its absence,” he wrote on Jan. 2, sharing a photo of the two of them.
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Diesel also announced on Facebook that ‘Fast and Furious 7,’ his last film with Walker, will be released in April of 2015.
In an earlier post Dec. 6 he explained that he “immediately flew back to California” to be with Walker’s family upon hearing the news.
“I thought they needed my strength, but realized when I got there and broke down before his family, that it was I who needed theirs,” he wrote in a Facebook post.
Throughout the video, the two co-stars appear inseparable.
“His mother hugged me and said ‘I am so sorry’… I said ‘sorry? You’re the mother who lost a son?’… She said yes, but you lost your other half.”
Diesel also revealed to fans Dec. 22 that “Fast and Furious 7” will be released in theaters on April 10, 2015.
“He’d want you to know first,” he wrote to Facebook fans, referring to Walker.