After generating some buzz a few months ago, a trailer for Conan O'Brien Can't Stop finally hit the web this week.

The film is a documentary lensed by director Rodman Flender capturing O'Brien's 32 city music-and-comedy "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour" from last year. Flender is a friend of O'Brien's, but from what I've heard, the documentary is not a whitewash of the events that transpired after Conan left The Tonight Show. It's supposedly a very real look behind the scenes at the frustration and depression that motivated Conan to throw off the shackles of convention and do his own thing, lest he be remembered as a late night footnote.

One of the reasons Conan O'Brien has so many fans is because his experience is relatable to a lot of people who have had something taken away from them. It stings like a mother and a small part of you wants revenge.

While the trailer creates the false narrative that Conan's tour has the potential to fail (C'mon, really? It sold out in record time.) It looks like it does a good job of capturing Conan's anxiety as a performer. Can he pull it off? For his own sanity, he has to. But is this need to perform as altruistic as it appears on the surface or is Conan forcing himself back into the limelight to fill a void within himself?

I'm personally really looking forward to finding out. Conan O'Brien Can't Stop hits theaters on June 24. You can visit the official web site here.

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