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Hollywood Minute - March 13, 2014

Trouble for Star Trek's leading man, it's back to work for the Fast and Furious Seven, and Neil Young takes on digital music.

Star Trek's Chris Pine heads to court in New Zealand Monday to face DUI charges.
Police stopped the 33-year-old actor March 1 at a DUI checkpoint.
He was reportedly heading home after a wrap-party for his latest film.
Police say his blood alcohol content was just over the legal limit.

Shooting for "Fast and Furious Seven" will resume March 31st in Atlanta.
This comes about four months after the movie's star, Paul Walker, died in a car crash.
No word on how the movie will say goodbye to Walker's character.

Musician Neil Young has announced his own digital music service and device called "Pono."
The aim is to deliver high-quality sound, that's better than current digital media.
Young is partially funding the project with a Kickstarter campaign.
It reached its goal of $800,000 in less than 24 hours.
It's not clear when Pono, which means "righteous" in Hawaiian, will launch.


(Dave Stewart for CNN's Hollywood Minute)


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