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Hollywood Minute - August 21, 2013

Just like the title of one of their big hits - they said "Bye Bye Bye" years ago. But now there's news for fans of one of the biggest boy bands of all time.
'NSYNC' fans listen up - there's talk the boy band is gearing up for a reunion.
The New York Post is saying it will happen this Sunday at the MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn.
Ex-member and breakout star Justin Timberlake is up for six awards - and is scheduled to receive an achievement award during the ceremony.
The group sold more than 50 million albums during its 1990s to early 2000s run.

The literary world - and the filmmaking world alike - are mourning the passing of Elmore Leonard.
The 87-year-old novelist - known for his tales of crime and deception - died at his home in Michigan.
Among the films that were adapted from his works -
"Out of Sight" starring George Clooney as a suave bank robber.
And "Get Shorty" with John Travolta as a mobster turned Hollywood player.
"Life of Crime" based on leonard's novel "The Switch" - premieres at the Toronto film festival next month.

Health problems have forced Aretha Franklin from attending an event this weekend in Chicago.
Major League Baseball was set to honor the soul legend as a 2013 MLB Beacon of Change honoree.
But Franklin said in a statement she is unable to travel as she continues her "treatment."
The singer also said she is working towards making a full recovery.
The singer in recent years has acknowledged health problems, but has refused to be more specific about the ailment.

(Shelby Lin for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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