Seth Rogen Denies “Pot Stench” Is Delaying Amy Pascal’s Office Move
Seth Rogen is denying that his “pot stench” is keeping Sony’s co-chair Amy Pascal from moving into what was his old office. The actor took to Instagram to shoot down a new report that claims Pascal, who will now have a producer’s office on the lot, has delayed her move because the smell of Rogen’s marijuana smoking is “so bad that it has seeped into the flooring.”
On Wednesday, Rogen posted a screenshot of The Hollywood Reporter’s story, with the caption, “I don’t know what’s more irresponsible: that they would print a story that is completely untrue, or that they would refer to how pot smells as a ‘stench.’ #mysh*tsmellsgood.”
According to the outlet’s report, an anonymous source said that Pascal was not moving into her new office space at the Irving Thalberg Building, previously occupied by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, because it reeked of marijuana. A source told THR that Pascal wanted Rogen’s former office repainted to help eliminate the odor.
Pascal is supposedly being temporarily housed in a different space until her new office is cleared of the odor. “Pascal wants it fixed properly,” says THR. Rogen, however, denies that his pot smoking sessions are the reason Pascal has not moved in.