Two weeks after a fiery car crash took his life, Paul Walker will be buried in a private service this weekend.
The "Fast & Furious" star, who was killed on November 30 in a single-car crash that also took the life of his friend and business partner Roger Rodas, will be cremated, with his remains to be interred at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, according to E! News.
The private service is one of two that will take place, including a second gathering for family and friends (reportedly including his "Fast & Furious" cast mates and crew ) at an as-yet-undisclosed location. The second service, whose date has not been announced, will be invitation only and not be open to the press.
Walker's family accepted his remains on Tuesday after the Los Angeles County Coroner's office released them following the completion of its postmortem exam, which determine that he died as a results of traumatic injuries and burns. Police investigators continue to probe the cause of the crash, with the results of their investigation not expected for at least 90 days.
Thousands of Walker's fans gathered at the site of the crash over the weekend for a car rally in his honor.