It seems Paul Walker will be seen in the “Fast And Furious” for one last time. 

According to The Sun, Walker’s character, Brian O’Conner, will reportedly be making a return to the highly successful franchise six years after his death. The publication cited a tweet from film insider Daniel Richtman, who shared this news with his 78.5k followers, that the makers have decided to bring back Walker’s character in the ninth film of the series. 

“Just got a new casting grid for something and with some big news that are sure to be controversial,” Richtman said. He further stated that the makers have taken a decision to bring back Walker’s character for “Fast And Furious 9.”

The news hasn’t been confirmed by the makers yet. Nevertheless, fans were clearly not happy with this news and took no time to show their displeasure on social media.

One user wrote that if they show Walker in the movie that would completely undermine the ending of the seventh installment and called it “disgraceful.” Meanwhile, another netizen wrote that Walker’s character had a beautiful send-off and the producers should not use his name to make more money. 

The actor was given a perfect send-off after he lost his life in a car crash at the age of 40. His final scenes in the “Fast And Furious 7” were filmed with the help of CGI and his brothers Caleb and Cody Walker. 

In related news, the writer of “Hobbs And Shaw,” Chris Morgan, revealed that there have been talks with Keanu Reeves about appearing in the upcoming movies of the “Fast And Furious” franchise. The director also admitted that it is his dream to bring the “Destination Wedding” star into the action series.

“We are just trying to find out. The hardest thing is always time and competing schedules and then designing things together. My fervent desire is to bring him into this franchise for sure,” Morgan said.

As of now, the cast includes Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, Helen Mirren, John Cena, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster.

The next installment is set to hit theaters in May 2020.

Paul Walker Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow Walker, has settled her wrongful death lawsuit with Porsche. Pictured: Paul attends the "Fast & Furious 5" photocall at Hassler hotel on April 29, 2011 in Rome. Photo: Getty Images/Ernesto Ruscio