Conan O'Brien Can't Stop in New Trailer for Conan O'Brien Can't Stop

What do you do when an unfunny, giant-chinned comic takes your dream job away from you? Go on a nationwide tour and film the thing for a documentary, that's what! The first trailer for Conan O'Brien Can't Stop -- the film component of the "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour" -- arrived online over the weekend, and brought with it the required amount of Conan O'Brien self-deprecation. Also, some previously unforeseen anger. Click ahead for a first look.

Alternate title: Conan O'Brien's Tourgasm. The Rodman Flender-directed film hits theaters in limited release on June 24 with a VOD run shortly thereafter. Watch the trailer in HD over at Apple.


  • ZebedeeDooDah says:

    I like Conan, but the fact that this trailer is half him complaining about his situtation, and half him in private jets and performing to massive crowds kinda irks me. I realise they're trying to create a narrative but I hope the film will have a slightly less whiney message.
    Also, that tour is pretty much what Charlie Sheen wanted to happen right?

  • hollywoodjeffy says:

    I grew up in Eugene, Oregon! People live there!

  • Jane says:

    Conan is an incredibly complex person, and I like the fact that in this documentary we'll get to see different sides of him. People tend to forget that money doesn't buy happiness. If you love something so much, you could do it for free, which is exactly what Conan did on this tour. None of the money went to him; it all went to his staff, especially his band who didn't get any severance money from NBC.
    As much as Conan vented his frustration in this documentary, we learn that "celebrities" are still human beings, regardless of what fame or fortune they have acquired.