During a recent appearance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” the Oscar winner admitted the ink is only temporary.
Back in March, the actress, 52, posted a photo of herself shirtless on Instagram featuring a vine tattoo that goes all the way from the back of her neck down to her waist. A lot of people speculated it was permanent.
“Who says I’m not a mermaid,” she captioned the post.
Corden sought clarity and asked the “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” star if the tattoo was indeed legit. Berry then set the record straight.
“I am starting a new movie in a few months, so I’m trying out different tattoos to see what will fit best for my character and I’m discovering how long will they last, how much wear will I get out of one, so I know how much it’s all going to cost,” she said.
Berry also said this won’t be the last time we see her sporting fake ink as she revs up for the part.
“You’ll see me in the months ahead in many different tattoos that I’m trying out,” she said.
“I was offered ‘Speed’ before Sandra Bullock,” Berry told “Entertainment Tonight.” “I stupidly said ‘no.’ But in my defense, when I read the script the bus didn’t leave the parking lot. I was like, ‘No, no, no, no.’
“Then I see the movie and I'm like, ‘Arrrrghh,’” she said.