has been called the ultimate celebration of Paul Walker's life, and Vin Diesel extended the celebration to the red carpet at the movie's premiere when he grabbed our ET mic to deliver an emotional tribute.
"We're here to make Pablo proud!" Vin said, referring to Paul.
Inside the theater, Vin continued his lovefest, remembering his co-star and friend.
"There's something emotional that happens to you when you walk out of this movie and you appreciate everyone you love, because you just never know when the last day is you're going to see him," Vin said.
Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges also remembered the former leader of the franchise.
"It's paying homage to him. It's honoring him," Ludacris said. "I can't wait for you to see it. Watch your makeup, because it's going to be a tearjerker."
Paul's younger brother Cody was present at the premiere, as he filled in for Paul to complete his scenes. There have been reports that Cody is pursuing acting
as a career now following the film, and he was feeling the love on the red carpet.
"Cody, we need you, baby!" Tyrese Gibson said.
While Cody looks for new movies to star in, fans will be looking for a Furious 8.
"Fans love the series and we'll see if we got a little bit more gas left in the tank," Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson said.
Details on another sequel have yet to be confirmed, but if it does move forward, we could see an unlikely member added to the cast -- Dame Helen Mirren. The Oscar winner told ET that she's always wanted to be a part of the series.
"I respect that," Vin said. "She's coming out and she's saying, 'I don't care what anyone thinks. I know the deal. I know that I want to work with this dude and I know I want to work with this franchise."
Watch the video for more. Furious 7 opens April 3.