Paul Walker's younger brother Cody admits he still hasn't come to terms with the late actor's death.
Paul Walker's brother admits his death ''still doesn't feel real''.
Cody, 25, still hasn't come to terms with the passing of the actor, who died in a car crash in November, and he believes it will take him a long time to get used to it.
Speaking to the Associated Press, he said: ''Right now, a whole lot of time has not gone by yet. It still doesn't feel real, because sometimes, working in this industry, making films, he'd be away from his family three, four, six months at a time, you know. And my only interaction would be a phone call. So, I know it's going to take a while.''
However, Cody is seeking comfort in remembering Paul's legacy after he recently became brand manager of Reach Out WorldWide (ROWW), which is a non-profit disaster-relief organisation, founded by the late star in 2010.
Fighting back the tears, he said: ''He was just so low-key. He just lived such a modest life.''
He added: ''He would tell me how jealous of me he was because I still had my anonymity. And he's like, 'I can't just go to the movies. I can't catch the films I want to see. You've still got that, man.' And here he is, talking. It was just so funny to hear that come from him.''
Meanwhile, Cody and his brother Caleb have signed on to help finish Paul's final movie 'Fast & Furious 7' as the late actor was half-way through shooting when he died.
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