Cody Walker is in Australia for a series of charity events in honour of his late brother, The Fast And The Furious star Paul Walker. And on Friday, Cody revealed to Daily Mail the ninth installment of the blockbuster film franchise series will be filmed and set Down Under.
The fans deserve Fast And The Furious 9 down here. It’s always somewhere new and they haven’t been here yet. It’s long overdue,’ he said.
for a series of charity events in honour of his late brother, The Fast And The Furious star Paul Walker.
Cody hinted that while he does not appear The Fate Of The Furious, he is meeting with Vin Diesel to discuss a possible role in the next sequel.
He filled in as Paul’s Bryan O’Conner character in Furious 7, following the actor’s death in 2013 – but Cody now hopes to play a ‘brand new role.’
Cody will attend a series of #Drive4Paul car rallies in support of the late actor’s Reach Out Worldwide disaster relief charity, which he now runs. Speaking of his Australian tour, Cody said: ‘It’s nice to see some blue skies, I can’t believe it’s been two years since I was last here. ‘I love Australia, It’s great to be here again. The amount of support and the loyalty of the fans to Paul, the franchise and Reach Out Worldwide is so great.’ Cody will appear at VIP The Fate Of The Furious screenings in Warriewood on Friday, Narellan on Saturday, then Craigieburn, Melbourne on Sunday and Indooroopilly, Brisbane on Monday.Following each screening, except Narellan, he will join fans on #Drive4Paul car rallies to raise money for Reach Out World Wide and commemorate Paul’s life.