Ben Affleck shielded his outrageous behind tattoo, observant he loves a “meaningful” phoenix on “Ellen.”
Ben Affleck has come to a invulnerability of his argumentative behind tattoo.
The actor and executive told Ellen a colorful phoenix “represents something unequivocally important” to him on Thursday’s part of her show.
“There was a print of your behind tattoo that got a lot of attention,” a comedian pronounced after she and Affleck discussed his new film “Triple Frontier.”
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“It did, not so most positive,” Affleck responded, with a half-laugh. Ellen followed up, job it “a commitment.”
As a “Gone Girl” actor started to explain, Ellen interjected that it was “rising from your a–.”
“It’s a phoenix, rising from my a–,” Affleck acknowledged. “I was about to contend it represents something unequivocally critical to me, though maybe, just, we’ll skip that.”
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“It’s suggestive to me, we like it. It’s something that we arrange of kept private. It wasn’t like we was arrange of doing print shoots or whatever,” he continued. “We didn’t know a paparazzi was there so they got a design of my tattoo and yeah a view ran against.”
But notwithstanding criticism, a “Argo” star stood by a ink, adding: “I adore my tattoo. I’m really happy with it.”
In a Mar 2016 talk with Extra TV, Affleck had pronounced a phoenix was “fake for a movie,” though dual years after when it was still there, The New Yorker published an essay criticizing a tattoo.
At a time, he tweeted in response to a article, patrician “The Great Sadness of Ben Affleck,” saying: “@NewYorker I’m doing only fine. Thick skin bolstered by ornate tattoos.”