After claiming in his memoir that he was shocked to find out that Nikki Reed was 17 when they were filming sex scenes together (she was actually 16) and then feuding with the producers who said he knew what was going on, Baldwin has moved on to a new target. He's now saying that Harper Collins did a bad job editing the book which is filled with "typos and errors".
He released this statement via Facebook:
Also, the published edition contains SEVERAL typos and errors which I was more than a little surprised to see. The editors at Harper Collins were, I imagine, too busy to do a proper and forensic edit of the material. Therefore, the first posting here, in the coming weeks, will be an index of corrections and amendments to the text in order to bring it more in line with my original intent.
After I post those corrections, I will offer essays on film, politics, actors/actresses and anything else that I did not address in the original book. Maybe even entire chapters that did not reveal themselves earlier on.
Also, I will post several more photographs from my collection. The book does appear to be a bit lean in that department!
Now, my first correction/amendment:
When I write that I am "in love" with Megan Mulalley or Kate McKinnon or Tina Fey, I mean that I am in love with their talent. As a happily married man who wants to stay that way (ahem), I wanted to clarify that.