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May 03,2016
Melanie Jo   /   0 Comments   •   Headlines & Rumors

TV3.IE – Actor Joel Kinnaman wasn’t impressed with Will Smith’s tattooing skills on the set of Suicide Squad.

Kinnaman, who portrays Rick Flag in the new action film, and co-stars Margot Robbie and Jai Courtenay, were among the stars who signed up to get inked to remember their time together, and when the Robocop star sat down for his skin art, he realised Will would be holding the needle.

Smith wrote ‘SKWAD’ on his castmate’s left bicep and was caught on camera showing off his inking skills – but Joel admits he wasn’t very good.

“It was like watching a drunk baby trying to fly a helicopter,” Kinnaman told U.S. TV show The Talk on Friday (22Apr16).

And to make matters worse, Will then declined to let Joel ink him.

“He was the only one who didn’t get it,” Joel explained. “He bailed… He pulled his Will Smith card… and we weren’t gonna fight him on it.”

Oddly enough, Kinnaman’s wife, Cleo Wattenstrom, is a tattoo artist – and she thought her man’s new ink was a hoot.

“She was laughing at it,” he said. “She was like, ‘His line work needs some work!'”

Smith wasn’t the only film star to disappoint with the needle. Robbie recently confessed she misspelled a tattoo on a Suicide Squad crew member who volunteered to be a subject of her skin art hobby.

In February (16), she told U.S. talk show host Stephen Colbert that the first brave soul to trust her as a new inkmaster was Courtney’s assistant Simon, who is now sporting a regrettable one-of-a-kind tattoo.

“I did spell one wrong once on an epic dude named Simon, who was Jai Courtney’s cast assistant,” she chuckled. “He put his hand up first to get the ‘skwad’ tattoo. It’s pretty big, it’s on his arm. Everyone was spelling it ‘skwad’, and I went straight from the ‘s’ to the ‘W’, so it read ‘Swad’.”

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