Paul Walker's colleagues have released a touching tribute video.
The Fast & Furious team couldn't hide their anguish at the star's tragic death and their two-minute YouTube clip shows how much he meant to them.
The video features scenes from the action movie franchise, opening with a smiling Paul getting out of a race car from the 2001 original film.
Haunting music accompanies the moving images, with the song Coming Home chosen as the soundtrack.
Walker, 40, died in a fatal car accident on Saturday, with friend Roger Rodas at the wheel of a Porsche Carrera GT.
It was revealed yesterday by the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office that the cause of death has been attributed to trauma and burn injuries sustained in the accident.
Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has taken to his Instagram.com page to urge fans to cherish their loved ones, in response to Walker's death.
Alongside a photo of himself and Walker, Johnson writes, "Losing a loved one jolts our hearts to the core. It also has a very special way of helping us move forward to live & love as greatly as possible. Hug our loved ones a little tighter. Pray a little stronger. Work a little harder. Smile a little bigger. Life goes on and memories are forever cherished..."
On Tuesday night Beyonce led a tribute to the late actor at her Mrs Carter concert at the LA Staples Center.
Reducing some fans to tears, the singer dedicated two songs to Paul.
Performing a rendition of Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You and then her own emotionally charged hit single Halo in front of a star-studded audience, she was met with cheers as she said, "I dedicate these songs to Paul Walker."
Meanwhile, photos showing Walker serving as his brother Caleb's best man at a family wedding in October have been obtained Us Weekly magazine.
The touching shots, which include one of the siblings posing with their arms around each other, were taken at the Dove Canyon Country Club in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, where Caleb exchanged vows with his girlfriend Stephanie just six weeks before his brother's death.
Fans have flocked to the crash site to pay their respects to the late actor, leaving tokens of their grief on the street.
But the build-up of memorabilia has forced city crews in Santa Clarita to move the items from the street to the footpath, in a bid to prevent any accidents.