Tattoo issue which has been circling The Hangover Part II is now settled. Warner Bros Pictures has inked a deal with tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill, who claimed that facial art on Ed Helms face is similar to one he created for Mike Tyson. Warner Bros and Mr. Whitmill have amicably resolved their dispute. No other information will be provided, Whitmills lawyer Geoff Gerber told The Hollywood Reporter. Insiders said that the settlement was hammered during an all-day mediation in St. Louis on Friday, June 17. Although terms of settlement are yet to be announced, this deal means that the tattoo will remain on Helms face. Whitmill and WBs dispute started as the artist claimed that he owned the copyright for the tattoo. At that time, Whitmill filed a complaint which read, Warner Bros Entertainment, Inc. - without attempting to contact Mr. Whitmill, obtain his permission, or credit his creation - has copied Mr. Whitmills Original Tattoo and placed it on the face of another actor... AS