Kim and John discuss how the Fast & Furious film franchise will be impacted by the tragic, untimely death of the film's star. Paul Walker's death in a fiery car crash raises issues of how the studio will go forward with the footage they've shot and if they'll be able to even use it. They also discuss the question of whether the production's insurance will cover the cost of any re-shoots, rewrites or recasting.
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