Paul Walker fans will be privy to behind-the-scenes footage of the late actor's life in the soon-to-be released documentary, "I am Paul Walker".
The "Fast and Furious" actor died in a car crash in November 2013.
Last week, Paramount Network released the film's first trailer, which is interspersed with home videos of a young Walker playing the piano, riding a bike and hanging out with his siblings.
Friends, family members and colleagues also pay tribute to Walker, who was 40 years old at the time of his death.
The documentary provides snippets of the man behind the Hollywood blockbusters, as family members reveal that the Walker would've been content living "in the wilderness" as a park ranger.
Caleb Walker, one of the late actor's brothers, reveals that he would've been content without fame or fortune. "He'd always say like, 'I wanted to be a park ranger, you know,'" he recalls. "Make 28-grand a year and, like, live in the wilderness. That's really what he wanted to do."
Watch the trailer below.
"I am Paul Walker" will premiere on 11 August.