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"Hours," one of Paul Walker's final films, opened on Friday, Dec. 13. Walker plays a new father who tries to keep his newborn daughter alive during Hurricane Katrina.

Family and friends of the late actor gathered at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in the Hollywood Hills on Saturday for the funeral service.

Walker's remains were cremated, according to E! Online, and his ashes were interred at the cemetery.

Walker's father, Paul Sr., his mother, Cheryl, and his brothers Caleb and Cody all attended the non-denominational ceremony.

An American flag was tri-folded and displayed.

Another invitation-only gathering will occur elsewhere and will also be for friends and family. No press will be allowed access.

Walker, 40, starred in "The Fast and the Furious" franchise. He and his business partner, Roger Rodas, died in a fiery car crash on Nov. 30.

"Hours," one of Walker's final film's, was released on Friday.,

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