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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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In what has become a fan favorite, Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss the headlines and hot stories of the day in Today's Talk, giving their original and often hysterical perspectives. Throughout the show, the hosts use Facebook and Twitter to interact live with their fans and get immediate reactions and suggestions. The program is a go-to destination for celebrity guests and musical acts, as well as today's newsmakers, authors, designers and chefs.