Paul Walker's brother, Cody Walker, is still trying to process the passing of his late brother. In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Cody talks about the Fast & Furious star's tragic death at age 40.

"It still doesn't feel real because sometimes working in this industry and making films, he'd be away from his family three, four, six months at a time and my only interaction would be a phone call," Cody shared. "So I know it's going to take a while, it's going to take a few years before it even feels real."

The younger brother of the late actor, who passed away after a car accident on Nov. 29, is finding comfort in remembering Paul's legacy and his admirable "modest life."

"He was just so low-key," Cody continued while holding back tears. " “He just lived such a modest life.”

Cody, who will help finish some of Paul's action scenes in Fast & Furious 7 along with his other brother Caleb, went on to discuss how honored Paul was to be apart of his latest film, Brick Mansions.

"Paul had been training martial arts for many years," his brother revealed. "And when he came across this film -- what an awesome opportunity to work alongside the co-founder of parkour and showcase the martial arts."

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