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Co-stars of Houston Texans running back Arian Foster in the movie "Draft Day" have described him as a natural and have said he might have a serious future in acting.

Foster has just completed his first ever role in a Hollywood movie and feedback from actors in the movie has been nothing but positive for the NFL star.

The movie is named 'Draft Day' and is a football-themed film about an NFL General Manager who is desperate to land the number one pick in the draft, this movie features incredible actors such as Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Diddy.

Co-star Wade Williams made some honest comments about Fosters position before his performance, he said: "(the producers) weren't gonna hire him if he couldn't act."

Williams went on to comment on Foster's production: "He CRUSHED IT. Arian was very natural and enthusiastic. He's a very talented actor. After the NFL he definitely could be a sportscaster or even act full-time."

Williams was very impressed with Foster and perhaps even a little jealous of the football player as jokingly said: "He was really into it. He went for it ... and he couldn't be more handsome, that rat b***ard!"

Foster is only 27-years-old and in the prime of his running back career for the Houston Texans, the New Mexico native has many years left in the NFL so a possible acting career is still in the distant future for Foster.

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