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June 9, 2011
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Warner Bros. filed court papers on Monday indicating they intend to digitally erase the tattoo on Ed Helms’ character’s face when The Hangover Part II is released on home video. But what will they replace it with?

Today in ”We can’t believe that tattoo artist might win that stupid case.”

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Warner Bros. filed court papers on Monday indicating they intend to digitally erase the tattoo on Ed Helms’ character’s face when The Hangover Part II is released on home video. But what will they replace it with?

Today in ”We can’t believe that tattoo artist might win that stupid case.”

11:29 // 3 years ago
April 29, 2011
Mike Tyson’s tattoo artist sues to stop “The Hangover 2”
Today in the greatest story ever of the day: Mike Tyson tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who calls the former boxer’s facial mark “one of the most distinctive tattoos in the nation,” wants to ensure that Ed Helms’ similarly questionable facial tattoo doesn’t make it to theaters. Here’s what the suit says: ”Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. — without attempting to contact Mr. Whitmill, obtain his permission, or credit his creation — has copied Mr. Whitmill’s Original Tattoo and placed it on the face of another actor … This unauthorized exploitation of the Original Tattoo constitutes copyright infringement.” Protip: Don’t give a guy a stupid-looking tattoo if you don’t want it to be parodied by a popular film franchise. source
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Today in the greatest story ever of the day: Mike Tyson tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who calls the former boxer’s facial mark “one of the most distinctive tattoos in the nation,” wants to ensure that Ed Helms’ similarly questionable facial tattoo doesn’t make it to theaters. Here’s what the suit says: ”Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. — without attempting to contact Mr. Whitmill, obtain his permission, or credit his creation — has copied Mr. Whitmill’s Original Tattoo and placed it on the face of another actor … This unauthorized exploitation of the Original Tattoo constitutes copyright infringement.” Protip: Don’t give a guy a stupid-looking tattoo if you don’t want it to be parodied by a popular film franchise. source

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18:50 // 3 years ago
November 14, 2010

"Hangover" sequel going all-out for its celebrity cameos

  • crazy Mel Gibson filming a cameo for “The Hangover 2,” then not so much because he’s not very popular right now. We can spoil it because it didn’t work out.
  • crazier A former political figure (who remains popular) popping up in Thailand to film a cameo for “The Hangover 2.” That’s rad. Click the link for the spoiler, guys. source
19:57 // 3 years ago