Some Hollywood claws are out, and they are ripping Katherine Heigl to shreds these days, the Los Angeles Times reports. Apparently, it's payback time for Heigl, who complained in a 2007 Vanity Fair interview that the film "Knocked Up", where she was given the leading role and a hefty paycheck, "paints the women as shrews" but shows the men as "lovable."
That rankled with her director, Judd Apatow, and co-actor, Seth Rogen, and just recently, at "The Howard Stern Show,” they teamed up to pummel Heigl. While promoting Apatow's new film "Funny People," Rogen took a stab at "The Ugly Truth,” Heigl's recent film which was the worst-reviewed movie of the summer. Because one critic called the movie a "sexist swill", Rogen sarcastically commented that it's hard to imagine how "The Ugly Truth" made women look any better, and: "That movie looks like it really puts women on a pedestal in a beautiful way." They went on to diss Heigl's movie with fascinating yet unprintable insights.
One supposes they went home happy after that. As for Katherine Heigl, be advised to fight with class, honey.
Source: Los Angeles Times
Photo: AP Photo/Chris Weeks
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