New year, new ink?
“One hellova holiday. Good times on the beach (not pictured), fun times with my family (not pictured), and maybe one poor choice (above),” he wrote on Sunday, alongside a photograph that showed off a large tattoo of a snake across one of his shoulder blades.
“This trip was one for the books. Now, I suppose we have to go back to work? Please correct me if I’m wrong. Please,” the Suicide Squad actor playfully added.
Almost immediately, the actor’s comments section was flooded with questions about whether the tattoo was the real deal, with one of Fillion’s costars noting that he hoped it wasn’t temporary.
“Is it bad that I think this is dope & want it to be real,” wrote fellow Rookie star Titus Makin Jr.
One hellova holiday. Good times on the beach (not pictured), fun times with my family (not pictured), and maybe one poor choice (above). This trip was one for the books. Now, I suppose we have to go back to work? Please correct me if I’m wrong. Please.
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However, just because a celebrity debuts a back tattoo online doesn’t mean it’s permanent.
During an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Berry, 52, was asked about the topless photo, which showcased her perfectly toned back muscles as well as the elaborate body art: a curved vine that spanned from the nape of her neck to her waist with leaves branching all the way down her back.
“Is this real and do you usually make eggs in sequins and no top,” Corden asked, as Berry replied, “The egg? That is a real egg.”
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She later clarified that the new ink was just something she was “trying out.”
“I am starting a new movie in a few months so I’m trying out different tattoos to see what will fit best for my character,” she said, adding, “I’m discovering how long will they last, how much wear will I get out of one, so I know how much it’s all going to cost.”