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Jordana Brewster: Saying Goodbye to Paul Walker Was the Most 'Intense Thing' I've Been Through

Jordana Brewster: Saying Goodbye to Paul Walker Was the Most 'Intense Thing' I've Been Through

Jordana Brewster looks so sexy on the cover of Cosmo for Latinas‘ Winter 2014 issue, on newsstands November 4.

Here’s what the 34-year-old Furious 7 actress had to share with the mag:

On saying goodbye to co-star Paul Walker: “It’s the most difficult, intense thing I’ve ever been through. Just yesterday, I had a moment where I thought, Oh my God, I’m never going to feel the way I felt when I hugged him.”

On the craziest place she’s ever had sex: “A veranda during a party. That’s all I’ll say!”

On motherhood and using a surrogate: “I couldn’t carry a baby. [Surrogacy] taught me a lot to have to rely on someone else to carry my baby for me, because I’m such a private and self-sufficient person. It’s the most intimate leap of faith and trust you can take.”

On keeping her marriage spicy: “Switching it up. Not talking about ideas very much and just doing them. If you can’t fail with the person you love, who can you fail with?”

FYI: Jordana is wearing a Marli NYC cuff in image four.

For more from Jordana, visit Cosmopolitan.com.

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Credit: Kenneth Cappello/Cosmo for Latinas
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  • Kris

    She needs to stop using his name for attention, let him rest in piece and respect him and the family!

  • Delores Pauldo

    Its alright to mention him. She miss her co star and it hurts. Ok. That way she can move on. I’m sure other co stars will do the same when its time for the premiere are the movie. People grieve in different ways.

  • Kris

    It is different to mention him at the premiere of a movie he was in, and in a magazine… huge difference.. and it is hard for the family to see her mentioning it again and again… I don’t think a magazine interview helps someone with the grieve

  • Michele V

    Why would you even answer that sex question?

  • Bianca

    So it begins, the marketing for this movie will be with out a doubt about Paul, and it will be hard for a lot of people to hear. How can they not talk about him or get away from it. This is only the beginning.

  • Kris

    And it is so sad to see everyone using a name of a real hero! They should have stop the movies! And end it there. Fast is NOTHING without Paul…Brian..

  • Bianca

    I personally don’t care for the movie anymore, especially because Paul died very tragically. I made the decision a while ago that I won’t be watching it in the theater. It’s to morbid and tragic in my opinion, but that’s just me, some people find it weird. I also think the studio will milk this tragedy as much as they can and disguise it as something else.

  • Kris

    Even if I wanted to watch it, I can’t. I cry even when I see a photo of Him. So no fast and furious for me either. It is just wrong, especially when I know that they did it just for money. It’s a shame of how each of them using the respectful name of Walker!

  • happy666

    What a sexy girl

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    There is no difference between mentioning him at premiere or magazine, it’s the press who asked her, of course they would given it’s November and given this week the trailer comes out for his last movie, of course magazines are gonna ask about him and she’s gonna say something. And it’s not like she is somehow insulting him. Go look at the full interview for God’s sake, she talks about how amazing of a person he is, she compliments him, she is speaking well of a dear friend she lost that’s important in her life, what the hell is so wrong with that you think you have the right to judge? You are not his family, you are not Jordana, you don’t know anything about how they grieve – his family and the cast and crew have made posts on social media more than often talking about Paul and honoring him, if that’s what they want, they are allowed to and you have no right to judge because it’s not your business.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    God stop talking, with every word you insult the cast and crew and Paul’s family. You know nothing, you literally know nothing, and you need to be quiet. The sheer stupidity of accusing that hard working cast and crew that they did it just for the money, it’s disgusting. Do you even realize how hard emotionally it was for them to go back to set? Do you even realize that they are hurting far more than you? Paul is their friend and family, for you to run your mouth off is just insulting. I guess it’s shame on Paul’s family too since they were the one who said the movies needed to continue because it celebrates Paul and what he loved, I guess it’s a shame to his two brothers for joining the 7th movie to finish Paul’s work because this was important to their brother – I guess his family is evil and shameful for using his name right?

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Right…because it’s not like the people at the studio weren’t also friends of Paul given how long over a decade they’ve all worked together….

  • Kris

    I never said anything bad for the family or the crew! I never said that they are evil or that they don’t care or that they are not saf. What I am saying there is that Hollywood is wrong in many ways!! And btw you don’t know if I know nothing..

  • Truth0312

    I don’t think she’s using his name for promotion. It’s been right at a year since he passed and if you look on any of the social networks, you’ll see that many fans still miss his presence. He made an impact on strangers, so I can’t imagine how his friends feel. They knew each other for most of their acting careers. Besides, media outlets ask, what’s she’s supposed to say? Gotta be realistic here.

  • Brian

    I understand how you mean it. And you are right!

  • Brian

    she actually could ask the social to not make that kind of questions. And @SmilerKstew:disqus didn’t say that she is not missing him and still grieve. I agree on that. At least on magazines they should stop talking about Paul.

  • RayonLight

    Go bark up somebody else’s tree, you don’t have to agree with what I said, but you also don’t have to be defensive about it. We all have our opinions, live with it, and stop trying to pick fights and being rude to others.

  • Guest

    They were grieving? …and yet 2 of those main cast members each did a movie not even a month after his death. Give me a break! Shows what ppl know

  • Mia Sa

    They were grieving? …and yet 2 of those main cast members each did a movie not even a month after his death. Give me a break! Shows what ppl know!!

  • Truth0312

    But, why would she do that? Keeping a person’s memory alive isn’t a bad thing. All people grieve differently. I personally LOVE the outpouring of love that Paul’s received from fans on social networks since the almost year since he’s passed away. It doesn’t feel exploitive and is coming from a genuine place. I know he’d feel honored and humbled by it, as well. While I personally feel this should be the end of the series out of respect for him, part of me knows that he’d want them to ride it until the wheels fall off–pun very much intended. He was that kind of down-to-earth, selfless person. The press will stop asking as soon as the hoopla for the movie dies down. That’s inevitable. There’s no sense in them doing now while public interest is so high. I’m actually not looking forward to that day. :-( He was so special.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Pot kettle black

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Just because someone is working doesn’t mean someone isn’t grieving, they are actors, they have contracts and employments and things they have to do, the world doesn’t wait for that. To assume that just because someone is working and therefore they don’t care is showing how you know nothing, because grief is different and just as well many people throw themselves back into work just to feel normal.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Except they are gonna ask because there is a film coming out, and you know what, maybe she wants to talk about him, maybe she wants to open up about what he meant to her and talk about how amazing he is, there is nothing wrong with that

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    You say you are not saying anyone is bad yet you make a comment about how Jordana is talking about Paul only to get attention, frankly that’s disgusting and insulting, and if you really knew anything, you wouldn’t be making snide holier than thou comments about what Jordana should or shouldn’t do or what Paul’s family feels

  • RayonLight

    It would be great if the studio would donate some of the proceeds FF7 makes to ROWW in honor of Paul and his legacy. This movie is bound to break records, it’s a known fact a lot of people are wondering how exactly Brian’s character is going to retire. The studio will be making an imminence amount of money due to his passing.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    And how do you know they won’t do that? Maybe that’s already what they have planned, just like they donated part of the proceeds from the Fast 6 dvd to ROWW – the movie would have made a lot of money either way and it is to celebrate him and they may very well be working out legal issues of donations because revenue from box office isn’t just something only studio keeps and it also relates to many other contracts during production that isn’t also to mention that there is a 50 million insurance pay out they have to pay back because of the delay in production

  • RayonLight

    Dude, seriously,F-OFF. Your constant arrogant need to dispute every little thing everyone says for no real reason is not needed. How about you learn to have a simple thread discussion with out having to resort to childish antics. While you’re at it, a little “Reading Comprehension” goes a long way.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Oh right, I forget when someone else posts something that’s not your view, that person is childish and how dare they dispute and post their opinions but you could totally do it. Only other people are childish but you aren’t at all telling someone to “F*** off” – oh yeah, not childish antics at all. And as for questioning someone’s “reading comprehension” to discredit them, oh yes, also not childish – guess I’m not the only one with constant arrogant need to dispute everything

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    Jordana talking about surrogacy is so important, I’m glad she talked about that and what it’s like for her

  • RayonLight

    They way you come here and attack other people is the problem. You could have easily gone about this the other way. I see your a die hard FF7, but you don’t to chastise everyone on here. You can just move along if you don’t like. Let’s just put it to rest for the sake of thread space.

  • Cole Rogers-Stark

    I’m sorry but when I see the kind of attitudes that’s directed at cast and crew and the studio who’ve all had hard time trying to deal with what happened, I have no other way to respond when attitudes are judging and accusing them of things. I know people on the production, I know people who’ve been hurt personally by these kinds of comments saying they want attention or they just care about money. It infuriates me because it hurts people I care about and people that Paul cared about. I find it hard to move along because I’m tired of letting those kinds of comments stand. Maybe I could go about another way, maybe I could be nicer but it’s hard when it’s personal to me. But sure, let’s put this to rest, I’m replying to this to only explain

  • Brian

    You are right on everything you said.. Some people are way too innocent to see and accept what Hollywood is for real… (and yes, you said nothing bad about them. Especially the family. Actually you seem to respect them)

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