The on-screen character games enormous tattoos over his back and shoulders in his new film 'Bullet to the Head', and they are genuine instead of painted on for the part, inked on the grounds that he had an unattractive vein.
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He said: ''The tattoos are true - shockingly. I have different sorts of midsection damages; I tore my vein throughout 'Rocky II' and had 60 lines. Assuming that you've seen 'Rocky Balboa', you'll know how awful they look. It deteriorated and more terrible, and individuals were stating, 'Urgh, has he got varicose veins?' So I considered, 'f**k it', and secured them with a tattoo of my wife.
''At that point the tattoo began to develop and it headed off to a skull and before I knew it, I was a wall painting.''
Sylvester, 66, is as of now coating up activity parts and supporting wounds, with his most recent distress on his calf stood by while shooting 'The Tomb' with Arnold Schwarzenegger.he told Shortlist magazine: ''I just got this one - 70 new join. This is from 'The Tomb' with Schwarzenegger. It's a little token. I've had both shoulders done, my neck done, two back operations, achilles tendon and now this thing - the peroneal tendon - recently cracked. This is the most exceedingly awful f*cking one at any point. I feel like an old sportsperson. Each time you touch something, it breaks.''