Conan O'Brien may be hitting the big screen pretty soon, as the former Tonight Show host plans to release his new documentary directed by Rodman Flender. The documentary follows O'Brien through a rigorous 42-show tour after his departure from The Tonight Show. O'Brien was still angered by how he was treated by NBC and it was shown through footage chronicled by Flender. Hours after the release of the documentary, Abramorama, AT&T and Magnolia Home Entertainment offered to be the beneficiaries of the the film. During the 42-show tour, over 130,000 adoring Conan fan were at hand, basking in the red-headed showman's humor and celebrated his cutting of ties with NBC and all they stood for. Conan was let go by NBC and replaced by Jay Leno, who was originally replaced by O'Brien. "As part of this deal, AT&T will provide exclusive content related to the film to their customers -- both on U-verse TV and also on AT&T mobile devices," said producers Gavin Polone and Rachel Griffin.