It’s been two years since Katherine Heigl remarked that the film Knocked Up was sexist because it “paints the women as shrews,” but her co-star Seth Rogen, and director Judd Apatow, still don’t seem to have forgiven her. Promoting their new, Heigl-free movie Funny People, Rogen and Apatow took a shot at the actress for her current movie, The Ugly Truth, for being much more sexist than she accused Knocked Up of being. “I hear there’s a scene where she’s wearing underwear with a vibrator in it,” Apatow says. “I’d have to see if that was uplifting to women.” The director-star team added that Heigl was a pleasure to work with on the actual movie and that she improvised a lot of her own material, but she never apologized to them for bad-mouthing the project after the fact. Rogen’s not upset, though: “It’s not like we’re the only people she said some bats–t crazy things about. That’s kind of her bag now.”
Katherine Heigl: Who's sexist now?
Actress's former co-stars bash her for bashing them