People get tattoos in honor of family members and hobbies and the same goes for celebrities. But some will get extra ink to commemorate a project they hold near and dear to their hearts.
From “Game of Thrones” actresses to Selena Gomez, some of the stars show off their movie and TV tattoos loud and proud, while others get their reminders in more discreet locations as a personal reminder of a big event in their lives.
Keep reading to see what TV and movie casts got inked together to remember their time together on set.
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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul both got inked in honor of the “Breaking Bad” series’ finale.
Cranston told TheWrap both he and costar Aaron Paul decided to get tattoos on the last day of filming the hit AMC show. Cranston has the show’s “Br, Ba” logo etched on the inside of his ring finger on his right hand.
“Someone said, ‘Well if you put it there, no one can see it,'” Cranston told E! “I said, ‘I can see it.’ So every once in a while I catch a glimpse of it, and I see that logo for ‘Breaking Bad’ and it just makes me smile.'”
Paul, meanwhile, got the phrase “no half measures” tattooed on his bicep. The line is from the season three episode, “Half Measures.”
“13 Reasons Why” executive producer Selena Gomez and the show’s cast members got matching semi-colon tattoos.
The singer got matching semicolon tattoos with the show’s stars Alisha Boe and Tommy Dorfman, who play Jessica and Ryan, respectively, in April.
The semicolons are a symbol of new beginnings, made popular by suicide prevention organization Project Semicolon.
Lucy Hale and the “Pretty Little Liars” cast will always carry a memory of the show on their index fingers.
The “Pretty Little Liars” women got the first initial of their character’s names inked on their index fingers to celebrate the end of the series. Hale, Shay Mitchell, Janel Parrish, Sasha Pieterse, Ashley Benson, and Troian Bellisario got the tattoos at the Shamrock Social Club in West Hollywood, California in October 2016.
“Thank you @shamrocksocialclub for taking care of us,” Hale wrote on Instagram. “We couldn’t not get tattoos to commemorate the show! And obviously on our ‘shh’ finger.”