Adam is joined this week by movie reviewer and former host of ‘At The Movies’ Richard Roeper for a discussion about breaking into show business and how Richard went from a low level employee at a Chicago newspaper to the nationally respected film critic he is today. Adam and Richard talk extensively about the importance of working for free and having passion for whatever it is you want to eventually get paid for long before the money comes. The pair also discuss how even those who are lucky enough to make it in their dream field are often confronted with the industry changing in dramatic ways, but those who have the hustle and drive to succeed with figure out a way to adapt and thrive in the new environment.
Writer, Director, and Producer Randall Wallace joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam starts the show off by asking Randall about his upbringing. Then Randall talks about moving out to LA and becoming a writer. This leads into a conversation on his movie Braveheart, as well as his relationship with Mel Gibson. After that, Randall talks about his Scottish heritage and the backstory of him getting into the William Wallace story. Before they wrap, Adam talks about the importance of exposing your kids to quality art even if it may not be deemed as socially acceptable for their age.
Luther Campbell joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam opens the show asking about Luther's upbringing in Miami. This leads into a conversation on work experience and government handouts. Then they talk about the importance of family dynamics as it pertains to child development. Before they wrap, Adam and Luther talk about the importance of unpaid internships in discovering what one wants to do with their life.