Seth Rogen Agrees That Katherine Heigl's Career Went To Sh*t After She Shaded 'Knocked Up'

We all saw it...

Back in 2007 the film Knocked Up was released and it became an immeditate hit. Shortly after the film's star Katherine Heigl came out swingin' with some pretty cutting shade, saying that she found it to be, "sexist" and not a great portrayal of women. Aaannd pretty much after that the roles dried up and we all marked a big RIP on her career.

Now in an interview with Howard Stern on Monday, her co-star Seth Rogen spoke out about the whole sitch and said that he feels bad things turned out the way they did for her.

“I respect the fact that perhaps she realizes that it hurt her career, and I don’t want that to have happened to her at all,” he said. “I’ve said a thousand stupid things and I really like her. A thing like that, especially if she’s being honest … the only people who in this situation that it should take away from in this situation is me and Judd.”

The admission comes after Heigl spoke out about an encounter she had with Rogen and the films director, Judd Apatow, where she claims they were pretty icy towards her when they ran into each other at a restaurant.

“Maybe I just have a worse poker face than I thought. In my head, it was not an unpleasant interaction,” he said. "I thought she hated us. We made a movie. I was very proud of it. It was critically very well received. It financially was probably still my most successful movie, I think, and then we just heard that she didn’t like it. And it seemed like she didn’t have a good experience making it and didn’t think the product was reflective of how she thought she should be portrayed. … I would imagine that my reaction was more of surprise … and I was probably confused about what the f--k was happening.”

Well, there you hard feelings on Seth's end.

Now we don't think they'll be making movies together anytime soon but it's nice to see they're well on their way to patching things up and moving on.



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