Seth Rogen Once Informed Tom Cruise About the Existence of Internet Porn, Says Judd Apatow (Video)

“You’re saying there’s adult films on the internet?,” filmmaker recalls “Mission Impossible” star asking

Tom Cruise became the topic of conversation during director Judd Apatow’s interview on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” — specifically the moment when the “Mission Impossible” star apparently discovered he could watch pornography on the internet.

Apatow recounted a time he met with Cruise in 2006 and brought along actor Seth Rogen — before he was a household name.

“We were shooting ‘Knocked Up’ in 2006 and I said to Seth Rogen, ‘I have a meeting with Tom Cruise you have to come with me,'” Apatow said. “And no one knew who Seth was, he was just a dude with me.”

Apatow told Colbert that the subjects of marijuana and pornography inevitably come up in any conversation with Rogen. When Rogen began discussing internet pornography with Cruise, informing the “Top Gun” star that it did in fact exist, the “Superbad” actor rendered Cruise dumbfounded, according to Apatow.

“He starts talking about watching adult films on the internet and Tom Cruise goes ‘What? You’re saying there’s adult films on the internet?’ and Seth says ‘Yea there’s all these movies on these websites,'” Apatow recounted, putting on his best Rogen impression.

Apatow hypothesized that Cruise may have simply been masking his distaste for the topic.

“I don’t think he was for it,” Apatow concluded.”He was being very polite, but I think, I assume he was against it and being polite.”