Apparently Angelina Jolie didn't feel her already formidable collection of tattoos was enough for a world-class assassin.
In her upcoming summer movie WANTED, the actress had a variety of fake tattooed added alongside her own to give her character even more body art. Take a look in these promotional stills.
In order to figure out which designs are Angelina's and which are Fox's you just need to do a bit of deductive analysis. Let's start with the back tattoos. We know that the tiger at the bottom is Angie's, as is the Cambodian prayer on her left shoulder blade, and the words "know your rights" at the base of her neck. That makes the words below that, the two vertical flourishes on either side of the prayer and the large modern tribal design over the tiger fakes applied for the movie. It also appears she's had something applied to her left upper arm over the tattoos that are the coordinates of her children's birthplaces, but that's not very clear in this image.
In the below image, it's clear that a variety of different theatrical tattoos have been applied to Angelina's arms. Most clearly, the words on the inside of her uppers arms which read "Toil" and "Tears" belong to the character Fox. There are also multiple text-based tattoos which are on her forearms, most of which are going to not be ones that Angelina really has. They are two small to be read in this picture, but I'd guess that they could be mottos or philosophies that relate to her character, or even a list of "hits." There's also a design on the inside of her left forearm that goes down the left wrist and onto the heel of her hand and thumb that lines up with and is continued on the gun she carries in this hand. That image is seen in one of the posters released for the film.
At this point we can only hope that interviews leading up to the film can provide some insight and that once the tattoos are up on the big screen, we can see what they really are. To learn more about the movie, visit the official WANTED movie site.
To see more great movie and celebrity tattoos, you can visit Tattoos in the Movies or Cool Movie Tattoos.. Or you might like The Rock Star Tattoo Encyclopedia by Patricia Steur