Remember that 9/11 conspiracy documentary, Loose Change, that has been lurking around the Internet for a few years now? Well, it just might get distributed. The work of Dylan Avery, Change provides a large, what-if conspiracy theory that the US Government is behind/responsible for the attacks -- and its pretty damned popular. It is one of the most-watched movies on the net and had over 10 million viewers last year. But as with any controversial documentary, it's had its share of naysayers -- so much so that the film continues to be edited to remove its inaccuracies.

No matter how much Screw Loose Change and others refute the information in the film, Change continues to truck forward. The New York Post's Page Six says that Magnolia Pictures is in talks to distribute the documentary, and that Charlie Sheen has already agreed to narrate the final version, named Loose Change: Final Cut. From Magnolia's Mark Cuban: "We are having discussions about distributing the existing video with Charlie's involvement as a narrator, not in making a new feature. We are also looking for productions with an opposing viewpoint." Will they, possibly, distribute some sort of double feature? Watch Change, get in a total, rabid conspiracy high and then watch another that debunks everything? I don't know. Hearing Sheen's voice wouldn't be enough to get me to shell out the money, nor would a new version that is just an edit of what has already been available for free since 2005.