Matthew Morrison On Paul Walker's Death: How Actors Cope With Losing A...
Matthew Morrison On Paul Walker's Death: How Actors Cope With Losing A Co-Star
Matthew Morrison reflects on “Glee’s” tragic loss of Cory Monteith while in production and sympathizes with the “Fast & Furious” family as they grieve the loss of Paul Walker.
well. Good. Have you seen paul walker. Did it stop you in your tracks? Of course. Did you ever get a chance to see him? He laid low. He was like a surfer, a cool, chilled dude. I never met him either. I just kind of tried to do the memories of our tragedy. It was so sad, someone so young. How do you come to terms with something as a family? Glee, a strong family and the passing of corey. My thoughts go out to the "fast" family. It is hard. It is really hard. You are a family if you do a show for that long. It is a family atmosphere. It is a tough thing. You find your way through it. "The fast and furious" family, we're going to shut down production on number 7. You guys had to shut down for a little while. Of course, you have to get back to work. We shut down for like, I think, three weeks. It happened in our off-season. We we had to regear up and find new story lines and stuff. They will probably have to rewrite a lot of the script. That's all secondary to such a tragedy. I think I'm enjoying watching paul's family. His father, listening to the