Less than two weeks after a report suggested that Julianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi did not film their final scene together in the show’s May 10 finale, Panjabi is opening up about the controversy – sort of.
The scene in question shows Margulies’ Alicia Florrick and Panjabi’s Kalinda Sharma – characters who were once best friends – sharing one final conversation in a bar, though they never once touched or crossed into the other’s space, prompting fans to cry foul.
At Tuesday’s San Andreas premiere in Hollywood, Panjabi didn’t exactly deny wide-spread speculation that she and Margulies filmed the scene separately.
“All I can say is this: the decision-making process is not something I’m privy to,” the 38-year-old actress told E! News.
Last week Panjabi had an equally diplomatic answer when ET posed the question during a sit-down interview for San Andreas.
“I have to be diplomatic and say that’s a question you have to ask the producers,” she told ET.
The Good Wife creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King have yet to address the situation publicly, nor have CBS or CBS Television Studios.