Best Onscreen TV/Movie Tattoos

We were inspired by our recent Facebook post (missed it? Check it out here) to compile some of our favorite onscreen television/movie tattoos.

  • We’re the Millers

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Scotty P. rocks a “no ragrets” tattoo. He obviously lives with no regrets, none at all.


  • Prison Break

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Michael Scofield bares a full body tattoo that doubles as a map of the prison that is his key to breaking out. Not that we mind him having to take his shirt off to find out where to make a left turn.


  • Toy Story

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Awwww. Yep, we just did that. How could we not love Woody’s tattoo of Andy’s name on the bottom of his foot? Debatably not a real tattoo, but debatably we don’t care.


  • A Place Beyond the Pines

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Ryan Gosling plays a tattoo-bearing, motorcycle-stunt-driving, bank-robbing father. The tear drop tattoo on his face really takes the cake.


  • Sons of Anarchy

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Nothing says commitment like a Sons of Anarchy jacket atop of a Sons of Anarchy full back tattoo. We tip our hat to you, Jax.

Glendale News Movies/Television HPC News

HPC Welcomes Amazon’s ‘Bosch’

Titus __ will be starring in Amazon's newest television series, 'Bosch.' The new show will premiere in March fort
Titus Welliver will be starring in Amazon’s newest television series, ‘Bosch.’ The pilot will premiere in 2014 for viewer feedback.

HPC News – Another tenant at the Hollywood Production Center is the team for a new television drama pilot, Bosch. The pilot was ordered by Amazon Studios who is looking to quickly expand its original programming. After focusing mostly on comedies and kids programming, Amazon is moving towards drama with Bosch, a police procedural based on Michael Connelly’s books. Michael Connelly has created a character named Harry Bosch, a veteran Los Angeles Police Department homicide detective who is pursuing a killer, while also standing trial in federal court himself. The Bosch character has been at the center of 20 novels by Connelly, and will be played by Lost and Sons of Anarchy alum Titus Welliver. He will also be joined by Annie Wersching, Amy Price-Francis and Jamie Hector as costars.

The pilot was written by Connelly and Treme co-creator Eric Overmyer, who are executive producing with Fabrik’s Henrik Bastin and Mikkel Bondesen. Jim McKay is attached to direct.

The pilot will be available on Amazon Instant Video for viewer feedback in early 2014.

View full story at Deadline.