Ben Affleck has been spotted with his huge back tattoo once again on show - confirming the ink is in fact real.
"A phoenix rising from the ashes", Garner said.
The best part of the frightful tattoo scandal is that Ben Affleck originally said this huge tattoo was fake and just for a movie.
"Next time you're feeling sad, remember that you're not Ben Affleck so you (probably) don't have a tattoo so big and so ugly and so universally ridiculed that you had to lie and say it was only temporary and just for a movie when it is so clearly not", one person tweeted. "They get sort of addictive, tattoos, after a while". Affleck was participating in a training session for his new film Triple Frontier in Hawaii this past weekend.
"It's bad, what are you doing", Lopez said at the time.
There's no telling what on-the-nose tattoo Affleck will opt for next, but here's hoping it's less of a massive, misguided and frankly disgusting statement piece.
Garner was asked about the tattoo in a February interview with Vanity Fair, and she didn't care for it nor her position in the supposed metaphor of Affleck rising from the ashes.
"It's very bad! I would tell him, 'What are you doing?' It has too many colors. Am I the ashes in this scenario?" the actress said in 2016. "They should be cooler, I don't know". "I take umbrage, I refuse to be the ashes". Ben said that he was not at liberty to talk about it but added that he had several real tattoos.
- Karen Howell (@karenehowell)Ben Affleck's back tattoo is, and I'm saying this without hyperbole, one of the funniest goddamn things I've ever seen in my entire life.
- Ashley Spencer (@AshleyySpencer)Ben Affleck's back tattoo is like if Lisa Frank had a darker childhood.
Despite many people claiming that Ben Affleck lied about his tattoo two years ago, the Gone Girl star has not commented on whether the phoenix on his back is indeed a real tattoo or if it's really for a role.
Triple Frontier, which will eventually get a new title, is a new movie for Netflix and J.C. Chandor is set to direct.