Thierry Henry set to become a movie star

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Thierry Henry really is living life.

Whether it be living as one of the most famous men in New York - one of the Earth's most famous places, hanging out with celebrities on a regular basis, and being paid a huge amount to play out the end of his career, the former Arsenal man has it easy.

And now it seems that the Frenchman is set to add 'Film Star' to his probably endless CV.

The forward has today been pictured with the cast and crew of the film adaptation of the TV show Entourage. It's not yet known if he will be making an appearance in the film or was just passing through the area they happened to be filming in.

Could this be the start of a new career for the footballing legend? Henry has starred in multiple television adverts before, including this infamous 'Va Va Voom' commercial for Renault.  

The pictures come from the Instagram account of screenplay writer Doug Ellin, who posed with Henry and stars of the film Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven.

Henry is currently starring for the New York Red Bulls in MLS alongside TIm Cahill, Peguy Luyindula, Bradley Wright-Phillips and Lloyd Sam.

He really couldn't be in a better place than 'The Big Apple' to try and kick off a career starring on the silver screen.

If you want to catch Thierry on the big screen then you are going to have to wait a little while, the film is scheduled for release in the summer of 2015.

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