Today's talk you might've missed:
When Joan Rivers tells a joke not much is off limits - and that includes the three women who were held captive in a Cleveland, Ohio home for years.
On the "Today" show earlier this week, Rivers appeared with her daughter, Melissa, to talk about their WEtv series, "Joan and Melissa: Joan Knows Best?" When one of the "Today" hosts asked the mother-daughter duo what it was like living together, Rivers responded, "I'm still in the same stupid little room. Those women in the basement in Cleveland had more space."
Time magazine's 2014 list of the most influential people features more women than ever before with Beyonce leading the pack.
The music megastar landed the coveted cover of the annual issue, while Robert Redford, basketball player Jason Collins and GM CEO Mary Barra each have inside covers as well.
Jon Favreau's live-action "Jungle Book" is eyeing some major star power.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, both Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong'o are discussing joining the project.
Since "The Jungle Book" is the story of a boy who comes of age among animals, Johansson and Nyong'o would (obviously) be signing on for voice work. Nyong'o could potentially voice Rakcha, the wolf mother who adopts Mowgli, while Johansson would be the voice of the python Kaa.
The two actresses, should they both officially join the film, would co-star alongside Idris Elba, who's already been cast as the voice of the villainous tiger, Shere Khan.
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