Speaking of Making of books, two of the best and are the infamous The Studio
, which maps Fox's near implosion in the late 60s at the time of Doctor Doolittle
, and The Devil's Candy: The Anatomy Of A Hollywood Fiasco
about the making of the wretched The Bonfire of the Vanities
. The latter is terrific because you can see, step by step, how each of the tweaks they make to accommodate a bankable actor, etc., add up until into disaster. But both are great because the authors were given free reign and there's no studio spin here. Recommended reading if you're at all interested in film production.