David Arquette Shows Off Huge Wonder Woman Tattoo
David Arquette Wonder Woman Tattoo Reveal on Bethenny
Is David Arquette going through a mid-life crisis?
On a recent episode of Bethenny Frankel's talk show, Arquette showed off a huge new tattoo -- of Wonder Woman.
Arquette got the ink on his torso, requiring him to lift his shirt for Frankel and the audience to take a closer look.
The tattoo looks to be a frame from a comic strip, with a fairly lengthy monologue from Wonder Woman that reads:
"It takes real character to admit one's failures -- and not a little wisdom to take your profits from defeat, but remember, this man's world of yours will never be without pain and suffering until it learns love, and respect for human rights. Keep your hands extended to all in friendliness but never holding the gun of persecution and intolerance!"
What exactly is Arquette going for with this new tat?
It sounds like he's a fan of love and respect for all, plus adopting a kinder, gentler philosophy.
I think Arquette has always been a lover, not a fighter, but who gets so much text written on a tattoo?
Arquette revealed that he had the same tattoo artist do this ink who did his first tattoo when he was a teen.
He also shared that he got the tattoo in May, after signing off on his divorce papers to finalize his split with Courteney Cox.
Anyone else suddenly picturing Cox in the Wonder Woman outfit?