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Hollywood Minute - January 3, 2014

Bruce Springsteen fans are in for a treat this Sunday, while Shia Labeouf says 'I'm sorry'. And "The Hobbit" gets an honor the filmmakers probably don't want.
Fans of The Boss can get a preview of his new album.   
Bruce Springsteen will stream his 18th studio release, "High Hopes," starting Sunday.
That's nine days before it goes on sale.
If that's not enough Bruce for you, the CBS drama "The Good Wife" will play snippets of the album on its January 12th episode.

Actor Shia Labeouf took to the skies to say "I'm sorry."
First he apologized for stealing ideas for a short film from author Daniel Clowes, then he was accused of plagiarizing that apology!
His latest apology came New Year's Day, when he hired a plane to sky-write the message, "I am sorry Daniel Clowes."

And "The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey" was the most pirated movie of last year, with an  estimated 8.4 million illegal downloads.
That's according to Torrentfreak.com, which compiles an annual top-ten list.
Also on the list were "Iron Man Three" and "Django Unchained."  

(John Fricke for CNN's Hollywood Minute)

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