All work and no play doesn't fly with Samuel L. Jackson.
The actor has a clause written into his contracts stipulating that he gets leisure time on movie sets to play golf, he tells CNN.
"Generally, they either move me onto a golf course so I can play or join a club so I can play, and they have to let me play at least twice a week," Jackson told CNN.
Explaining his affinity for the game, Jackson added: "I like golf because it's a perfect game for an only child like me. ... In this game, you get responsibility for everything you do bad, and you get all the credit for everything you do well."
Watch Jackson's full interview below. What do you think of his contract clause?