Feb. 12, 2014 at 11:24 AM ET
Paul Walker was still filming "Fast and Furious 7" when he died in November, but the actor did leave behind one completed film, "Brick Mansions." The urban action flick, in which Walker stars as an undercover cop, has debuted its first trailer.
The film co-stars RZA and David Belle, who appeared in the original 2004 French version called "District 13." (No, that's not a "Hunger Games" reference.) Belle plays a convict who lives in a public housing sector so dangerous it's been walled off by the government. Based on the trailer, Belle's character knows incredible parkour and is instructed to bring Walker's top cop into the housing project to track down a weapon of mass destruction.
Along the way, there's a lot of running around, gunfire and car chases. But in light of Walker's demise, it's hard to watch it without some sense of loss: He was an actor at the top of his game, and is one of the bright lights on the screen.
Check out the trailer, and mark your calendars: "Brick Mansions" will be in theaters on April 25.