Actor-director Seth Rogen has clarified that British star Emma Watson didn’t depart the set of his 2013 film “This Is The Finish” over a scene she didn’t like. Rogen’s assertion got here after he seemingly confirmed the hearsay that Watson had stormed off the set of the comedy movie, which he had directed with accomplice Evan Goldberg.
The sequence featured Danny McBride embracing cannibalism, and included a gimp mask-wearing Channing Tatum, taking part in himself within the film, as his prisoner on a leash.
Throughout an interview with British GQ journal, Rogen was requested in regards to the incident and he mentioned, “I imply, I do not look again on that and suppose, ‘How dare she do this?’ You already know? I feel generally if you learn one thing, in relation to life it would not appear to be what you thought it was.
” After many publications ran the story with Rogen’s comment on the alleged incident, he determined to set the document straight by posting a press release on Twitter.
“I wish to right a narrative that has emerged from a latest interview I gave. It misrepresents what truly occurred. Emma Watson didn’t ‘storm off the set’ and it is sh***y that the notion is that she did,” the actor mentioned.
“The scene was not what was initially scripted, it was getting improvised, modified drastically, and was not what she agreed to.
The narrative that she was indirectly uncool or unprofessional is full bulls****,” he added.
Rogen mentioned there was a miscommunication between him and Watson that led her to an “uncomfortable place”.
“She and I spoke on the night time; it was general a sh***y scenario and it should have been arduous for her to say one thing and I am very blissful and impressed that she did.
“We agreed on her not being within the scene collectively. I used to be thrilled for the chance to work along with her and could be thrilled to get that chance once more. I’m very sorry and dissatisfied it occurred, and I want I had completed extra to forestall it,” Rogen mentioned.