'Furious 7' Stunt Crew VICTORY!!! We're Finally Getting Credit


The overlooked stunt crew from Furious 7 can finally hold their heads high and revel in the success of their billion dollar movie ... because the studio will be adding their names to the ending credits.

As we previously reported ... 25 people who performed the death-defying stunts for the movie -- including the driving scenes -- were mysteriously nixed from the ending credits. The crew was irate, and even stars like Michelle Rodriguez, spoke out in support.

Now sources close to the production tell us Universal has decided to include the entire 2nd Unit team to the DVD and future releases of the movie.

We're told the studio claimed there was a "clerical mix up" ... but didn't give specifics on who dropped the ball.

Furious 7 Stunt Crew Furious We Got No Credit!


The Rock, Vin Diesel, and Paul Walker are all names you will see at the end of "Furious 7" ... problem is the people actually responsible for most of the adrenaline pumping action are irate because they were left out of the end credits.

Sources directly connected with production tell us, the 2nd unit crew was responsible for all the major action ... including the parachuting car scene and the mountain road chase.

We're told the stunt team members feel like they were "punched in the gut" when they realized 25 members of their team -- many of whom risked their lives -- were left out of the credits.

And get this ... Paul Walker's 2nd unit stunt double -- who was inside a bus as it fell off a cliff -- was uncredited.

We contacted Universal ... they told us they're looking into it.

Ralphie May Screw Ludacris ... Paul Walker Joke at Bieber Roast was Funny

Ralphie May thinks non-comedians like Ludacris should leave comedy to the professionals, because Ralphie's indignant at Luda's indignation over that Paul Walker joke during the Justin Bieber roast.

Our photog got Ralphie at LAX Friday and he made no bones about it. He thinks Luda's a "bad sport" for going ballistic when Jeff Ross cracked, "Move Bitch, get out of the way, is what Paul Walker should have told that tree."

You gotta hear Ralphie ... he does NOT mince words. He thinks Comedy Central kisses the asses of stars and that's why they cut the Walker joke from the roast.

Vin Diesel Breaks Down Honoring Paul Walker At 'Furious 7' Screening

Vin Diesel got so choked up talking about his friend and co-star Paul Walker, he couldn't talk.

Vin was at an L.A. screening of "Furious 7" when he talked about his "best friend." He was overcome by emotion.

Vin told the crowd, as far as he's concerned the movie is an homage to Paul, who died in a car crash in November, 2013.

The video is very moving ... the crowd jumps in to show empathy and support for Vin, who struggles to continue.

Justin Bieber Roast Comedy Central Axes Paul Walker Jokes

The comedians at the Justin Bieber Roast crossed the line when they used the death of Paul Walker to mock the roastee ... so says Comedy Central which is cutting the jokes from the show.

Jeff Ross mocked Bieber, comparing his driving skills to Paul Walker's and then referenced Ludacris' song, "Move Bitch," saying, "Move bitch, get out of the way, is what Paul Walker should've told that tree. Too soon? Too fast? Too furious?"

Apparently the joke royally pissed off Luda and Bieber didn't like it either.

Comedy Central said the joke crossed the line and it will be 86'd from the show.

Paul Walker's Dad Crash Driver's Family Owes Us Almost Two Million Bucks


Paul Walker's dad says Roger Rodas' family is holding $1.8 mil worth of his son's exotic car collection ... and he's demanding the cars or cash immediately.

Paul Walker III filed legal docs claiming the estate of Rodas -- who was driving the Porsche Carrera GT when he and Walker died -- is in possession of numerous vehicles belonging to his son.

In the docs, he says the cars were all fully or partially owned by Paul. Of course, Roger and Paul co-owned Always Evolving ... a performance and racing shop.

For what it's worth, Rodas' family already rejected the claim -- so it looks like a judge will have to sort this one out.

Paul Walker Hundreds Pay Tribute On Death Anniversary

Paul Walker fans paid tribute to the deceased actor Sunday on the one year anniversary of his death ... by appearing in droves at the site of the crash.

Hundreds huddled around the crash zone to leave flowers and pay their respects ... but the rain put a damper on candle lighting.

There was a heavy police presence -- it's unclear why -- but it went down without incident.

Walker was the passenger in a Porsche last year when the driver of the car, Roger Rodas, lost control and crashed into a tree. The car instantly burst into flames with both men inside.

He was 40 years old.

Paul Walker Anchors Aweigh Dad Sells Leisure Boat


Paul Walker was all about high speed on land, but was all about kicking back when it came to the water ... according to new court docs.

Walker owned a 26-foot Radon boat -- a vessel designed for fishing and diving trips, not racing. He bought it new in 2010 ... just for the halibut.

Paul's father ... who took control of Walker's estate after his death ... filed court docs in Santa Barbara to sell the boat and its trailer to a private buyer for $120K.

Just to compare, a brand new model would cost about $135K -- but Paul Walker never dripped dry on that one.

Paul Walker's Mom Files for Divorce


Paul Walker's mom has pulled the trigger on her 30-year marriage ... filing for divorce.

In the docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Cheryl Walker cites she's been separated from Paul Walker III for almost 12 years.

Sources connected with the couple tell us her decision to file has nothing to do with her son's death last year.

We're told they had a very bad, tumultuous marriage and the separation was anything but amicable.

Cheryl is asking for spousal support.

In terms of assets ... she listed a gun collection and a house.

Paul Walker Death Thief Gets HAMMERED By Judge

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A judge just hammered the guy who stole a piece of Paul Walker's death car ... jailing him for 6 MONTHS.

Jameson Witty and another guy lifted a panel from the T-top roof of the Porsche as a tow truck was transporting the wreckage. TMZ actually got hold of the video ... which caused prosecutors to charge the 2 men with 3 crimes.

Witty and the other guy copped a plea ... and Thursday was judgment day for him. The other guy is expected to get the same sentence when he goes before the judge in October.

'Fast & Furious 7' Racing Scene SCRAPPED We Can't Tolerate Another Death


A critical scene for the upcoming "Fast & Furious 7" came to a screeching halt Thursday ... after studio suits pulled the plug because it was just too dangerous ... too risky.

Sources connected with the production tell TMZ ... the shoot was being prepped at the Willow Springs International Raceway near Palmdale -- 45 minutes from where Paul Walker tragically died.

Members of the crew tell TMZ ... producers brought in drivers who are "authentic street racers" for the scene, where a souped-up yellow Chevelle races another car and dramatically pops a wheelie, as bystanders stand right by the track and cheer. A similar scene appeared in the first F&F.

The scene was being prepped for several days. Vin Diesel and other stars were there. But just before filming, we're told the suits from Universal abruptly cancelled the shoot, saying it was too dangerous.

Someone who was at the track tells TMZ ... a person from the production told some staffers they couldn't get the proper insurance to shoot the race.

But the word circulating among the staff is that they are extremely cautious because of what happened to the star of their movie. They believe a second crash -- even though Paul's was not film-related -- could jeopardize the entire franchise.

Paul Walker Crash Porsche Fights Lawsuit ... It's Not a Racecar!


The crash that killed Paul Walker and Roger Rodas wasn't Porsche's fault ... according to Porsche, which says that's obvious because Rodas' widow can't even name the part she claims caused the accident.

TMZ broke the story ... Kristine Rodas filed a lawsuit against Porsche, claiming the Porsche Carerra GT Paul and Roger were driving had a faulty part in the suspension -- and also lacked a "crash cage" and "racing fuel cell" ... which she claimed are common in racecars.

Now Porsche has filed a motion to have the case dismissed ... claiming Kristine failed to state exactly which part of the suspension failed, how it, or what, caused the crash and if that part was original or a customized upgrade.

Porsche also claims Rodas' widow incorrectly called the Carrera GT a "racecar." As for the crash cage and fuel cell ... Porsche says "no ordinary customer would expect a passenger car" to have those things.

Interestingly, we previously reported a Porsche exec called the Carrera GT "as close to a racecar as we will ever get" -- and added it also has "all the disadvantages of a racecar."

Porsche wants the lawsuit dismissed in its entirety.

Paul Walker's Brother Shooting Unfinished 'Fast and Furious' Scenes

Paul Walker's brother Cody made Malibu beachgoers do a double take Monday as he shot scenes with Tyrese, Vin Diesel, Ludacris and Michelle Rodriguez for "Fast and Furious 7."

Cody is filling in the gaps ... shooting Paul's unfinished scenes. As TMZ first reported, Cody and his brother Caleb will also do voice work to match Paul.

Walker died November 30 while the film was still in production.

Paul Walker Crash Driver's Widow Sues Porsche


The Porsche Paul Walker and Roger Rodas died in was basically death on wheels ... and faulty mechanics caused the tragic crash ... at least that's what Rodas' widow is claiming in a new lawsuit filed against Porsche.

Kristine Rodas filed the lawsuit today ... claiming the Porsche Carrera GT Paul and Roger were driving had a faulty part in the suspension which caused the car to careen out of control. In the papers, she claims Roger tried to keep the car on the road, but could not regain control before hitting a light pole.

In the docs, filed today in L.A. County Superior Court ... Kristine also blames Porsche for the car exploding on impact -- claiming the vehicle lacked a proper "crash cage" and a "racing fuel cell."

According to the docs, the "fuel cell" is common in race cars ... and prevents the fuel from igniting if there's an impact.

Kristine quotes Porsche ... "Carrera GT is as close to a racecar as we will ever get."

She also alleges Porsche ignored multiple fatal crashes that had occurred in the Carrera GT ... and never took steps to warn customers.

Here's the problem ... Kristine never acknowledges Roger was speeding in the car -- in fact, she claims he was only doing 55 mph. Back in March the CHP released its investigation results ... which put the car at somewhere between 80 and 93 MPH.

Kristine's hired Hollywood heavyweight attorney Mark Geragos to take on Porsche. She's suing for negligence, wrongful death and product liability.

Paul Walker Car Collection Up for Sale ... But Without His Name


Paul Walker's famous car collection is now up for sale, but TMZ has learned the estate will NOT use Paul's name in connection with the sale.

According to our sources, Walker's exotic car shop, Always Evolving, is working with the estate to organize the sale, which has already begun -- but we're told the estate felt Paul wouldn't want his name, or the infamy of his fatal crash, to be used to jack up prices.

According to our sources, about 30 cars will go up for sale ... including BMWs, Audis, a lot of Mustangs, and a few Porsches.

We're told all vehicle sales will be private through high end brokers. Sorry, Walker fans ... these cars won't be popping up on AutoTrader.

'Fast & Furious 7' 3-Year-Old Twin Actors Score a Fortune


There's a set of twins that may already have their college educations paid for ... because they're banking a HUGE sum of money in the new "Fast & Furious 7."

Charlie and Miller Kimsey were born in 2010. According to their contracts -- obtained by TMZ -- they play Jack, the son of Paul Walker's character in the flick. They are paid handsomely -- $3,276.90 per week -- EACH.

They've already started filming. It's unclear how many weeks the kids will shoot.

One thing's for sure ... they won't have to sell lemonade this summer.