Katherine Heigl: Who's sexist now?

Actress's former co-stars bash her for bashing them

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.”

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