Sebastian Stan got his mother a false tattoo for his upcoming movie.
The 36-year-old star, Avengers: Infinity War, stopped her "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday night to promote her upcoming film and illuminate what was like growing up to the only child of the superstitious Romanian mother.
"When he calls me, I immediately pick up my phone and say," Please do not, "Stan said with a sigh." Because it's always about a dream she had.
Sebastian's mother probably will not stop worrying about her son as long as he keeps the roles in the action movie.
In his new film "Destroyer," in which he plays alongside Nicole Kidman, Stan took the metal handle of Bucky Barnes for dusty jeans and dirty tank of the top of a murdered cop who infiltrated the California band.
"Whenever that happens, I'm very happy," he said excitedly. "I said," Okay, well, let's go tattoos. "
The actor wanted art works to best reflect his character and wondered what the ink would get if he had a tattoo.
"I feel like this guy will have a wonderful picture of his mother on the bench," Stan said. "That's why I asked my mom for a bunch of pictures, and she sent me those pictures and then I got one on the bicep."
Hopefully, he would hurt his worried mother, Stan sent her picture of his fake tattooed bicep.
"I sent it to her … but the only thing she sent me was:" Wow, I look really great! "He said.
While at "Kimmel", Stan also got the chance to release rumors that he would become the next Captain America after the next Avengers movie.
"No, no," he said. "Actually, no. It's usually like, like a dream … that's the kind … people could mention something, but that's … we will never go that way."