Paul Walker’s sudden death on November 30 prevented him from finishing his budding career.
The 40-year-old was beginning to get larger film roles after the sixth installment in the “Fast & Furious” series, of which he starred in five.
Walker was filming “Fast & Furious 7” but had also recently finished filming “Hours,” a drama about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and “Brick Mansions,” about an undercover cop taking down a crime lord.
Walker was slated to star in the Nicholas Sparks adaption “Best of Me,” and the latest installment in Fox’s “Hitman” franchise, “Agent 47.”
It’s sad, very sad, the films we couldn’t do,” Walker’s manager of 18 years, Matt Luber of Luber Roklin, told the New York Post.
A source told the Post that Luber is still owed $1 million in commissions from projects that Walker was working on or had completed.
However, Luber said that the total was likely less than $1 million.
Besides money that Walker’s estate is getting from films he starred in, his charity Reach Out WorldWide is getting a portion of proceeds from sales of “Fast & Furious 6.”