Occasionally, the telefax at Reject HQ (just like in Argo!) spits out a press release that gives even snarky snarkers like us a moment of pause. One such facsimile arrived via the wire (or the radio, or the broadband, or the we’re-really-not-sure) last night, and we’ve struggled ever since to properly articulate its contents. It’s that much of a head-scratcher. The press release proclaims, “Brittany Murphy‘s Mysterious Death Chronicled in Controversial New Documentary; Biopic on the 8 Mile Star to Follow in 2014.” Pardon? Two Murphy features? And one is not only already made, but already “controversial”? And then it got weirder. The first of the two features, Asif Akbar‘s documentary, will premiere at the American Film Market next week. The release promises that “the memory and legacy of actress Brittany Murphy (8 Mile, Clueless, Don’t Say A Word), who tragically died under mysterious circumstances in 2009 at the young age of 32, will be at the forefront of AFM attendees’ minds” as the film premieres, and it’s hard to argue with logic like that (at least, if you’re bent on maintaining respectful decorum for such a project). Strangely, however, Akbar’s doc doesn’t sound like it has that much to do with Murphy. The project is titled Top Priority: The Terror Within and, as best we can tell, it doesn’t really focus on Murphy, but a “national security whistleblower” named Julia Davis. Seriously, what?