"I thought she hated us," Rogen said. "We just heard 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 the product was reflective of how she thought she should be portrayed. And when that happens, as someone who's an egomaniac, I just get hurt by that."
Heigl told reporters she has no hard feelings toward Rogen yesterday at a Television Critics Association event, according to Entertainment Tonight.
“I think that he’s handled that so beautifully and I just feel nothing but love and respect,” she said.
She added about the 2007 film, “It’s so long ago at this point, I just wish him so much goodness and I felt that from him too.”
Rogen had similar sentiments during his Monday conversation with Stern, where he added that he hopes the back and forth after "Knocked Up" didn't hurt Heigl's career.