Seth Rogen Reveals He Never Got A Personal Apology After Katherine Heigl 'Betrayed' Him With Those Knocked Up Comments!
In case you don't remember, the blonde beauty slammed their flick with Judd Apatow as "sexist" a few years ago, and criticism completely caught the filmmakers off guard.
On Monday, the Sausage Party star stopped by Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show to revisit their famous feud.
He said on The Howard Stern Show that, because of the movie's success, he thought Miz Heigl's diss was actually personal, saying:
"I thought she hated us. We made a movie. I was very proud of it. It was critically very well-received. Financially it was probably still my most successful movie, I think. And then we just heard that she didn't like it, and that it seemed like she didn't have a good experience making it, and that she didn't feel as though the product was reflective of how she thought she should be portrayed."
The comedian told the shock jock that he was very upset by what his costar had said:
"When that happened, as someone who's an egomaniac, I just get hurt by that. And I just thought, 'Oh, she must f*cking hate me.'"
To this day, the 34-year-old still doesn't understand what prompted Katherine's rant: