Production on "Fast & Furious 7" has started up again, four months after one of the franchise's stars died in a fiery car crash, according to E! News.

The scheduled early December shooting for the film was delayed after actor Paul Walker was killed Nov. 30 in a car crash in a Southern California business park.

On Tuesday, Tyrese Gibson, who plays Roman Pearce, shared a photo on Instagram of Dubai with the caption, "I'm back."

OK ... Tyrese was on vacation.

The actor was the only member of the cast to indicate filming has resumed. However, the Twitter account Everything Georgia tweeted Tuesday, "Fast & Furious 7 has resumed filming in Atlanta. Shooting will effect Fairlie Street, Marietta Street & Centennial Olympic Park Dr. this week."

Universal Pictures previously told E! News that shooting would resume March 31 in Atlanta.

Local news in Atlanta said shooting will cause lane closures in the areas of Wall Street, Fairlie Street, Centennial Olympic Park Drive, and parts of Marietta Street from March 16 to 22, and that downtown businesses received a notice regarding the noisy production work, which will "include automotive stunts, simulated combat, and special effects."

Sounds like a regular Friday night in the big city.

Walker already had shot a number of scenes when he died at the age of 40.

It's not clear how the franchise is going to deal with the departure of Walker's character, Brian O'Conner, but he will appear in the film.

"Fast & Furious 7" is scheduled to hit theaters April 10, 2015.

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