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Tim McGraw is back on the big screen with a role in the new George Clooney sci-fi film, Tomorrowland, in theaters now. He plays a NASA engineer who's out of work since the NASA program has been shut down.


Luke Bryan is the subject of a major new exhibit opening Friday at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. It's called Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary, and fans will see the story of the country superstar's entire life starting with his childhood in Georgia. Luke's elementary school backpack and kindergarten graduation diploma are on display, along with the first guitar he ever got at age 14. Seeing all those items on display at the private exhibit preview Wednesday night was a big deal for Luke.


Brantley Gilbert is leading a motorcycle ride next week to celebrate the release of the Platinum Edition of his latest album, Just as I Am, on May 18. He's bringing along 10 alumni from the Wounded Warrior Project as part of that organization's Rolling Odyssey program to help combat veterans with PTSD connect with other veterans on the open road.


Carrie Underwood is the lead nominee for the 2015 CMT Music Awards with five nods, including two mentions in the Video of the Year category. Lady Antebellum announced the finalists in the Video of the Year, Male Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year categories Wednesday morning on NBC'sToday.


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