Vin Diesel reveals how Kobe Bryant would comfort him after Paul Walker's death

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Vin Diesel was known for his strong bond with Paul Walker, the fast and furious lead actor who died in an accident in 2013.

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The sudden death of legendary basketball player Kobe Bryant had shaken his fans around the world. Vin Diesel is one of the many celebrities who share their best moments and stories with Bryant.

Vin Diesel spoke about the death of Kobe Bryant in the recent release of his Fast and Furious 9 trailer. When Diesel spoke about the player, he announced that after Paul Walker's death, Bryant would often contact him to see how he would deal with it.

"It's such a shock for us. The world was shaken to the core. It made this world a better world, and for some reason … of course there is the Pablo comparison, the Paul Walker comparison, but what is ironic is that [Kobe] would say to me: & # 39; how are you? I know you miss your brother, Pablo. "

Vin Diesel had previously shared a picture of himself with Kobe Bryant and expressed condolences to his family.

Vin Diesel had also spoken of missing his former co-star Paul Walker. He revealed that after every Fast and Furious film, Paul Walker would always express his enthusiasm for the future of the franchise.

"He is always with me wherever I go. He is a big part of why we make these films. And why we want them to be so important. He was the one who was with me 20 years ago as everything started. And after each one. " After a premiere, he and I left the sequels and he said, "The best is still in the can." This drives you to make the strongest film you can make. "

Fast and Furious 9 will be the return of the former director of Fast and Furious Justin Lin. In addition to recurring actors, the film also introduces John Cena, who will play Vin Diesel's brother on the big screen.

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