In what is believed to be one of the late actor's final interviews, Paul Walker spoke with MTV News about his upcoming film "Hours" two weeks before his tragic death in a car crash.
In the film, Walker plays a new father who struggles to keep his infant daughter alive during the height of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.
MTV says Walker, who was 40 at his death, plays the only character on screen for much of the movie.
"If you read this [script], just read it, and it doesn't move you, there's something wrong with you. You're probably a robot," he said in the interview. But it was the power of Eric Heisserer's script, he said, that was also frightening. "The only way it gets messed up is if I screw up. That's how I felt," the actor admitted.
"Hours" hits theaters on Friday, Dec. 13.
Walker will potentially star posthumously in two other films. He had just finished filming the crime drama "Brick Mansions," and had shot some scenes in the seventh installment of the "Fast & Furious" franchise, which has suspended production indefinitely in the wake of the actor's death.