TV - Movies
Actors Who
Wound Up Getting
Tattoos Of
Their Roles
By BRYN GELBART
Rising star Florence Pugh is known to have a handful of tattoos, but the English actress has one in particular inspired by the most disturbing movie she's been in. Pugh has a maypole, a central symbol from the ‘19 film “Midsommar,” tattooed on her forearm, which she revealed to the public by showing it off for the first time on an Instagram live session.
Florence Pugh
Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, and Chris Hemsworth all got matching "Avengers" logo tattoos to commemorate the release of "Avengers: Infinity War" in 2018. Five of the six original team members (Mark Ruffalo opted out) were tattooed with an artistic variation on the Avengers ‘A’ with incorporated symbols for each character.
Avengers Cast
"La Vie en Rose" is the first thing you hear Ally sing in "A Star is Born," and it's one of the few non-original songs on the tracklist. After the movie, the actress and singer even got a tattoo of a rose down her spinal cord and officially showed her ink off on Instagram on Valentine's Day in 2019.
Lady Gaga
The entire "Breaking Bad" cast and crew grew so close that during the final days of shooting, a tattoo artist working as a set decorator offered to give anyone a tattoo that wanted one. Aaron Paul opted for a large Season 4 reference of the words "No Half Measures" on his bicep, while Cranston got the show’s periodic table-styled logo on the inside of his right ring finger.
Cranston and Paul
Viggo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Dominic Monaghan, Sir Ian McKellen, and Billy Boyd all got matching tattoos of the word "Nine," written in Tolkien's Elvish language. This script symbolizes the nine members of "The Fellowship of the Ring" and the epic friendships they made on a movie shoot.
Lord of the Rings Cast