“I mean, I don’t look back on that and think, ‘How dare she do that?’ You know?” the actor told British GQ. “I think sometimes when you read something, when it comes to life it doesn’t seem to be what you thought it was. But it was not some terrible ending to our relationship.”
“She came back the next day to say goodbye. She helped promote the film. No hard feelings and I couldn’t be happier with how the film turned out in the end.”
The film, written (alongside Evan Goldberg) and directed by Rogen, featured an all-star cast playing versions of themselves as they find themselves in the middle of an apocalypse during a Hollywood party.
It went on to bank big at the box office and earn rave reviews, with a finished cut that Rogen suggested Watson may have co-signed.
“She was probably right,” he said of changing the scene in question. “It was probably funnier the way we ended up doing it.”