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Meryl Streep stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk about her new film 'The Giver,' but took a few minutes to comment on the tragic passing of Robin Williams. "Well, it's hard to imagine unstoppable energy stopped," Streep said of the actor. "He was such a generous soul."

Check out the appearance below

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VIDEO: Meryl Streep Comments on Passing of Robin Williams: 'He Was a Generous Soul'


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