Hollywood has been reeling from Fast & Furious star Paul Walker's tragic death following a terrible car accident on Saturday. Just days after the news broke, Walker's co-stars and peers are sending their condolences to his family, and sharing their memories of the 40-year-old actor.
Luke Evans, who starred alongside Walker in Fast & Furious 6, opened up to ET about his time with the action star. "I have many, many great memories of working with Paul," Evans, 42, told ET at the premiere of his new movie The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
"He was a very generous actor, and a generous man. He would come and rehearse with me so that I would be good with these fight sequences with him. He's take his time out of his day to come and do that with me. He was a decent fellow."
Evans continued, "He will be missed by a lot of people. My love and strength goes out to his family, who must be dealing with a huge amount of sorrow at the moment."
For more reactions and condolences from the red carpets of The Hobbit and the Gotham Independent Spirit Awards, including Morgan Spurlock, Jared Leto and Richard Armitage, check out ET's video.