Paul Walker Wasn’t 'Just Another Caucasian Male,' According To Michelle Rodriguez
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The 15th anniversary of "The Fast and the Furious" is upon us, and to celebrate the legacy of a movie that inexplicably spawned seven sequels, the always candid Michelle Rodriguez is here to confuse us.
Rodriguez, who is currently training for "Fast 8" ( ), spoke with Entertainment Weekly about her early memories on set with the franchise's late star, Paul Walker, whom we apparently all misunderstood.
When asked how she remembers the first film now, after Walker died tragically in a car crash in 2013, Rodriguez presents an alternate version of the blond and blue-eyed actor, who consistently played the rich or preppy white guy in movies throughout the '90s and early aughts.
What he embodied in one persona is almost impossible to find out there. He had a swag to him. He wasn’t just another Caucasian male. He had some something that united him to the streets, that made him a little bit edgier than everybody else. He may have looked like a Barbie Doll, or a Ken Doll, and
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