Katherine Heigl Has Made Subtle Jabs in Hollywood
When Heigle interviewed with Vanity Fair magazine in 2007, following the release of the movie Knocked Up, in which she starred alongside Seth Rogen, Katherine said that the movie was a bit sexist. She went on to add that the movie painted women as shrews, humorless, and uptight, while it painted men as goofy and fun-loving guys. Katherine Heigl also said that the characters were exaggerated and she had a hard time with it sometimes.
Additionally, Katherine added that she was playing a “b***h” and wanted to know why she was being such a killjoy. She went on to say that she had an amazing experience most of the time, but it was tough for her to love the movie.
Back in 2016, when Seth Rogen was asked about her interview, she stated that he felt a bit betrayed after reading her comments.
Downhill for Heigl in Hollywood
In 2008, Katherine Heigl decided to pull herself out of the race for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for the Emmys. People considered this to be a slap in the face of the Grey’s Anatomy producers since they cut back her role.
However, according to Heigl, she felt that as if she wasn’t given enough material during that season to warrant an Emmy nomination. Heigl didn’t want to potentially take an opportunity from another actress who was given enough material.
She later went on to explain in candid interviews about the backlash she experienced and that as she got older, she put things into perspective.