Simon Pegg was forced to write his autobiography under the watchful eye of his editor as he could not be trusted to get on with his work at home.
The British funnyman recently released his first book Nerd Do Well, which tells the tale of his life story, but Pegg admits he had to write the whole thing in his publisher's office as he couldn't resist the temptation of using his time at home to sit and watch movies.
He tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "You cannot write a book at home. There are too many DVDs. Every morning I got shipped to the office next to my editor's."