Try to watch this without tearing up.
The official "Fast & Furious" YouTube team put together a touching montage of Paul Walker's best moments from the franchise he starred in for five movies and for which he was making a sixth before his death last Saturday.
The video, titled " A Tribute to Paul Walker," is set to the song "I'm Coming Home" by J. Cole and Skylar Grey.
It starts with an iconic scene from the first movie in which Vin Diesel asks Walker, "What are you smiling about?" It was a smile Walker would make famous over the next decade in "Fast" sequels.
Tyrese, Ludacris, Diesel, The Rock and Jordana Brewster, who have all paid tribute to Walker over the past week, are all on the video.
For a week that has been incredibly tough for Walker's fans, family and co-stars, this video is all smiles - a celebration of his best moments.
Walker was 40 when he and friend Roger Rodas died this past weekend in Los Angeles after the car they were riding in crashed and erupted in flames.
According to the autopsy results released Wednesday, Walker died from "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries" in the accident.
The coroner's office told ABC News that two different doctors did autopsies on the two men. They found that Rodas died on impact, while Walker died "maybe" a few seconds after from the combined effects of the impact and the fire.
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