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Daily indieWIRE Clicks: More Oscar Bait, Someone to Watch Out For & Much More

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire June 30, 2011 at 7:55AM

Today on indieWIRE a teaser dropped for a surefire awards contender, we told you what hit and what missed at the box office so far this year and much more.
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Today on indieWIRE a teaser dropped for a surefire awards contender, we told you what hit and what missed at the box office so far this year and much more.

Mid-Year Box Office Report

We offer our look at the numbers 2011's specialty releases have been bringing in. Click here for some very encouraging news.

“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” Teaser Drops

"Let the Right One In" director Tomas Alfredson's first English-language film will be released stateside this November. Click here to check out the trailer.

indieWIRE's Online Video of the Day

For this new daily feature, we scour the web for an interesting video you probably haven't seen yet. Check out the super-odd "Example Short 23.976" here.

FUTURES | "Terri" actor Jacob Wysocki

We spoke to the star of Azazel Jacobs' new film about improv, auditions, and what's next. Check it out here.

An Evening With Shirley MacLaine And Jack Black

Leonard Maltin holds an on-stage conversation with the stars of Richard Linklater's "Bernie" during the opening night of the Los Angeles Film Festival. For more, click here.

REELING AND SPINNING: How the Inglourious Basterds Soundtrack Weaponizes Cinema

Writer Craig D. Lindsay talks soundtracks in his new weekly column "Reeling and Spinning." Check out his in-depth reading of Tarantino's soundtrack here.

SIMON SAYS: What is a “bad” movie?

Critic Simon Abrams debuts his new Simon Says column on our Press Play blog with a look at the negative critical response to "The Green Lantern" through the classic Roger Ebert review of "Zardoz." Click here for the full analysis.