Paul Walker's Brothers Want Him Back in 'Fast & Furious' Franchise Because It Has 'Lost Its Way'
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"It would have to be tasteful," Cody Walker says while promoting new documentary about his late brother's life.

Paul Walker's brothers want the late actor to get more post-mortem action in the "Fast & Furious" franchise, and they're down to help out.

While promoting new documentary "I Am Paul Walker," Caleb Walker said he's hoping to see "a little cameo" from his brother's character, Brian O'Conner, who is still alive in the franchise universe.

"I just hope we get to — I don’t know — have a little cameo and bring Paul back to save the day and I get to help create that again," Caleb told the Associated Press. "That’s my dream and I hope we get to do that in one of the future movies."

Fans of the franchise watched O'Conner drive off into the sunset at the end of "Furious 7," which was in the middle of production when Paul unexpectedly died in a car crash on Nov. 30 in 2013. To finish production, Caleb and Cody stepped in to play the character, with Paul's face being digitally imposed on theirs in select scenes. Walker's character was also referenced in the eight installment, "The Fate of the Furious."

"I think there could potentially be a way to do it. But it would take a lot of thought and it’d have to be tasteful. It would have to be tasteful," Cody Walker added. "He was the real deal, the real car guy. And in his absence, I -— you know —- I think it’s lost its way in a big way."

Next up in the franchise is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson teaming up with Jason Statham for spinoff "Hobbs and Shaw," set to hit theaters Aug. 2 in 2019, followed by the ninth "Fast & Furious" in 2020.

Only time will tell if Universal, the studio behind the franchise, decides to take the Walker brothers up on their offer.

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