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Jake Gyllenhaal Dons Fake Ink In His New Movie, But Does He Have Any Real Tats?!

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Jake Gyllenhaal is sporting some fake ink in his new film, and we LOVE!

We guess you CAN put a bumper sticker on a Bentley, Jake Gyllenhaal!

LOLz!

In his latest movie, Prisoners, the hunky actor is sporting some seriously seksi tattoos.

Since we (sort of) know Jake is a blank canvas, he revealed that the daily process of applying false body art really helped him get into the character of a detective trying to find lost children!

The handsome fella explained:

"It was a daily thing. The idea just came from the fact that I didn't really want them to be seen, strangely. We had them put on and then it was about hiding them and I think that gave me something to play in a scene. It was interesting for me to play against something. And that hiding of something, those things that you might be ashamed of as a character, were sort of personified in the tattoos."

But does he have any real-life secret tattoos?

The actor laughed and replied, "no."

Too bad, because this minimal hint of ink is really doing it for us Jakey!

[Image via Warner Bros.]

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3 comments to “Jake Gyllenhaal Dons Fake Ink In His New Movie, But Does He Have Any Real Tats?!”

  1. hesjewish says – reply to this


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    He's jewish. People who are jewish cannot get tattoos or they cannot be buried in jewish graveyards. it's a religious thing and being jewish he respects that! :)



  2. 2

    jake can go either way i think he would make a very good bad boy character he just gets put in good roles alot but he has that psycho type quality that could go either way…



  3. 3

    So that cod piece he wore in Prince of Persia didn't represent the 'real' Jake?