Hangover tattoo lawsuit 'amicably resolved'
Hangover tattoo lawsuit resolved: a tattoo artist who said Warner Bros. had used his tattoo design without permission has settled the lawsuit.
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In the movie, Helms' character, Stu, wakes up in a Bangkok bathtub with a facial tattoo.
The lawsuit filed in federal court in St. Louis tried to block the film's release, but a judge ruled just two days before the film's May 26 debut that it could open as scheduled.
Tyson, the former world heavyweight boxing champion, had a small role in the first "Hangover" film in 2009 and also appears in the sequel.