The Houston Texans held a VIP Draft Day movie premiere for suite holders and club season ticket members at the Studio Movie Grill on Thursday night. Before the viewing, fans had a chance to meet Foster at the pre-show meet-and-greet at the Houston Texans Grille. Foster signed autographs and spoke with the media about his Hollywood debut.
“The movie is awesome in my opinion; I might be a little biased because I’m in it,” Foster said, jokingly. “I read the script beforehand and it was an interesting script. It was page-turner, kept me guessing and I’m just grateful to be a part of it. It was a fun project.”
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“You don’t find many athletes that can take that step into Hollywood while they are still playing and do a great job,” Brown said. “I salute him and I commend him on it.”
Foster’s love of acting goes back to his high school days when he was involved in improv and theater. The three-time Pro Bowler said he showed up to film shoots well-prepared because he didn’t want to disrespect the craft.
“It was a very humbling experience and a great opportunity,” Foster said. “Just meeting many people I’ll be friends with for a long time.”