Hollywood was stunned in November (13) when it emerged the actor had been killed in a horrific car smash in California aged 40.
Now Alba, who teamed up with Walker on their 2005 sea disaster movie, has spoken out to pay tribute to the down-to-earth star.
Continue reading: Jessica Alba Remembers Down-to-earth Paul Walker
R+B beauty Rihanna has got a crush on an older man - Hollywood hunk Paul Walker.
The Barbados-born singer, 19, fell for Walker, 33, after seeing him in 2005 scuba-diving thriller Into the Blue.
She says, "What's that guy's name who was in that movie with Jessica Alba? Paul (Walker) ... um ... I think he's really hot."
Movie star Jessica Alba regrets starring in 2005 diving thriller Into the Blue, insisting it "wasn't the greatest experience in the world".
The Sin City beauty spent most of the movie in a bikini playing Sam, the girlfriend of Paul Walker's scuba-diver character Jared.
The movie grossed just $18.5 million (GBP9.25 million) at the U.S. box office and was panned by critics.
However, Alba refuses to take responsibility to the film's reception, insisting it "wasn't my movie".
She tells British magazine Empire, "At the end of the day, I was in, what, three or four scenes. I wasn't starring in that movie. It wasn't my movie; it was Paul's.
"But somehow it fell on my shoulders, and I was kinda responsible for it being what it was at the box office. But I in no way, shape or form dictated that."
Into the Blue director John Stockwell has signed to helm gritty new movie KID CANNABIS, in a bid to subvert social stereotypes. The film-maker wants to shock audiences with his movie adaptation of a real-life story, which sees middle class Idaho teenagers mastermind a seedy drugs empire. He tells British movie website EmpireOnline.com, "I had been looking to do something in this realm that didn't involve minorities or urban drug dealers. "These were all white, suburban kids with no criminal records. They managed to transform themselves from minimum-wage workers to drug lords."
LATEST: American men's magazine Playboy has fired back at Jessica Alba's claims they implied she had posed naked by placing her on their front cover, insisting many A-list stars have graced the page without appearing nude in the publication. The Sin City beauty's lawyers sent Playboy a threatening letter last month (23FEB06) after the mag published an promotional image of a bikini-clad Alba from her 2005 movie Into the Blue on the front of its March (06) issue. Alba claims the choice of front cover insinuates she appears nude or semi-nude in the magazine. She said, "Playboy has violated my personal rights and blatantly misled the public, who might think I had given them permission to put me on their cover when I didn't." However, Playboy insist they placed her on the cover because she won a readers poll as being the "sexiest star of the year" and she is among other stars who grace the cover, but do not pose naked. Playboy spokeswoman LAUREN MALONE says, "Many celebrities have appeared on the cover of Playboy, but not nude, including Claudia Schiffer, Paris Hilton, Goldie Hawn, Raquel Welch, Barbra Streisand, Brooke Shields and Donald Trump."
The Fantastic Four beauty shot off a legal warning to the magazine mogul after realising her image had been placed on the cover of the soft-porn publication, without her knowledge or consent.
The letter demands Playboy immediately stops distributing the offending issue, and Alba insists a "monetary settlement" is appropriate.
Continue reading: Alba Wants To Sue Hefner
The 32-year-old is obsessed by his love-hate relationship with Alba, insisting she both annoys and excites him.
He says, "Come on, dude, you know what I'm looking at. I couldn't take my eyes off that a*s. I'm sorry. She's beautiful. And she's such a pain in my a*s, too.
Continue reading: Walker Keen To Spend Life With Alba
The 24-year-old actress was swimming on location in the Bahamas when she found herself surrounded by blacktip reef sharks.
But she knew how to handle the killers and ensure her escape.
Continue reading: Alba Punches Shark
The SIN CITY star, who appears in the movie alongside Paul Walker, shot the film in the Bahamas over four months, and so disgusted with the food provided - so she took on culinary duties herself.
She says, "I love to eat and I love to cook. They had terrible food, so I would look like on Sunday and then I would bring food to the set.
Continue reading: Alba Cooked For Into The Blue Crew
Hollywood heart-throb Paul Walker has found that his female co-stars are starting to have an effect on him - he often develops an attraction to each one he works with.
The 32-year-old actor, who has worked with Rachael Leigh Cook, Eva Mendes and, more recently, Jessica Alba in the new film Into the Blue, admits he rarely steps away from a movie set without having developed a crush on his co-star.
He says, "I loved working with Jessica Alba. I kind of build little crushes on almost every girl I work with because you're stuck with them for the longest time. They are all crazy and they all have complexes, but you just love them anyway.
Continue reading: Walker Falls In Love With His Female Co-Stars