AceShowbiz - Seth Rogen has denied that his former office reeked of weed. The Hollywood Reporter earlier reported that the actor's love for marijuana was delaying Amy Pascal's office move because of the pot stench.
"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,' " so the actor/screenwriter posted on Instagram along with a screen grab of the THR story. He added a hashtag, #mys***ssmellsgood," insisting that his pot didn't not stink.
The site reported that Pascal's office move was stalled because her new office in the Irving Thalberg Building, which was previously occupied by Rogen and Evan Goldberg, reeked of weed and the odor could not be easily removed. Thus, the office will be repainted to eradicate the smell.
However, a source said that Rogen and Goldberg hadn't been in the office long enough to cause such permanent smell. It's also noted that the repaint job is part of Pascal's effort to "put her own decorative stamp" on the office.
The office once also housed Pascal's late boss John Calley. The former Chairperson of Sony Pictures reportedly "will move into temporary offices until the odor is sufficiently eliminated."