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Seth Rogen 'Introduced Tom Cruise To Internet Porn' in 2007

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Seth Rogen 'Introduced Tom Cruise To Internet Porn' in 2007

Tom Cruise is, at the best of times, a bit weird.

Whether he's jumping on Oprah's sofa, banging on about his quasi-religion, complaining about the concept of psychiatry, serenading Katie Holmes at their wedding, having his kids born in complete silence, playing hide and seek in his mansion with Will Smith...well you get the point.

Strange guy, undoubtedly. He's got a predilection for suing people who say less than complimentary things about him, too, but y'know...I think the judge will agree with me.

Now, according to Judd Apatow at least, you can add another thing to that list.

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Apparently, way back in 2007, Seth Rogen was the man who introduced Tom Cruise to internet porn. IN 2007.

What did he think that the internet was for? It's been about porn for as long as it has existed.

This is all according to Rogen's long-time comedy collaborator, Apatow, who was speaking to The Late Show when he told the following story.

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"Just cause it's Mission: Impossible weekend, I did once have a meeting with Tom Cruise," he said.

"He's a very, very nice man I got asked to meet him. He was potentially looking to do not an action movie, a romantic comedy.

"I said to Seth Rogen, 'I have a meeting with Tom Cruise. You have to come with me.

"And no one knew who Seth was. He wasn't famous so he was just a dude with me and so I said, 'Someone needs to witness this.' So we're talking to him, and I don't know how it came up, but it usually comes up with
Seth where he's talking about marijuana and pornography.

"And he starts talking about watching adult films on the Internet and Tom Cruise goes, 'What? Wait, you're saying there's adult films on the Internet?'"

There's porn on the internet? And bears, where do they do their business? The Pope - he's a Scientologist, right?

"Seth's like, 'Yeah, there's all these movies on these websites," Apatow comtinued.

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"And Tom Cruise's like, 'Wait a second. You're saying if I go on the computer, on the world wide web, there are people having sex?'

"Seth goes, 'Yeah, I watch it all the time. It's great. Everybody does it. It's not a big deal anymore'. So anyway no movie was made."

Well, no movie might have been made, but I suppose a few more were viewed as a result.

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Topics: TV and Film, Seth Rogen, US Entertainment, Tom Cruise

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