Fast & Furious 7 Just Gave Us This Touching Look At Paul Walker And Vin Diesel

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Vin Diesel wasn’t kidding around when he teased that today would be "Toretto Tuesday." After sharing a shot of his Fast & Furious 7 character taping up his hand for a battle, Diesel took to social media once again to share a shot of him and Paul Walker, both suited up and looking contemplative as they brace for the pending storm in the upcoming sequel.

The new image, like the first one, was dropped on Vin Diesel’s Facebook page, so you might want to keep checking the site throughout the day in case Diesel is getting share happy for this self-proclaimed "Toretto Tuesday" celebration. The men are in suits, we believe, because they attended the funeral of the late Han ( Sung Kang), killed by Ian Shaw at the tail end of Fast & Furious 6. They’re ensconced in their comfortable garage, and planning revenge. But what is Paul Walker holding in his hand? A weapon? A remote-controlled device? A garage door opener?

The mysteries of Fast & Furious 7 deepen.

The funeral was hinted during a much earlier photo shared by Vin Diesel, also on Facebook.

Post by Vin Diesel.

There’s no message attached to this Facebook post, though, so I’ll refer back to the earlier picture. That’s where Vin Diesel mentioned a trailer that Universal brought to him. It blew him away. I mean, of course he’s going to say that. This franchise is his baby, and Fast & Furious 7 has a specialness to it because it closes the chapter for "Founding Father" Paul Walker. But I think the hints on Diesel’s Facebook page suggest that a trailer for Fast & Furious 7 is on the horizon. And that it’s coming soon. Will we see it on Diesel’s Facebook page first? Probably, and maybe even on a "Toretto Tuesday."

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