=> "Let me know what you think in the comments."
What I think, alas, is that you didn't read this article carefully and got many facts wrong. You don't mention the sleeping pill which is one of the big revelations in this story. You say Welles had been "up all night shooting and drinking" when Shillingford only mentions a late shoot (in Las Vegas, a 4-hour drive away). You call Shillingford a "young crew member," but he states that he was the production supervisor who hired the crew and managed the budget. You say that Welles "laid on the floor and tried to nap but there was no time" when he first arrived -- this is simply made up. Shillingford says nothing of the sort.
Finally, you leave out the other key revelation: that after lunch break was called and Welles had two hours of sleep (on a bed), Welles came out fresh and nailed the reading.
C'mon, man. We all make a typo now and then, but this is just sloppy.