April 19th, 2011 22:08 EST
Judyth Piazza Micro-Interviews Morgan Freeman, Soledad O'Brien and Isaiah Mustafa
Recently with a little help from my friend, film critic Kam Williams, I was able to conduct a series of mirco-interviews with some of the biggest celebrities and intellectual giants in the world.
Here are a few of those interviews:
Judyth Piazza asks: After what movie did you finally say to yourself, "I have arrived!"
Morgan Freeman: "Street Smart."
Street Smart is a movie about a New York journalist who lies when his fake story about a pimp describes a real pimp up for murder. Street Smart was released in 1987.
Judyth Piazza asks: What is the culture like during a disaster? Is it people helping people? People helping themselves? People forming groups? Or people waiting for the government?
Soledad O`Brien: All of the above, depending on the disaster. Human beings are different. Some rise to the challenge and become the heroes, and others fall and become the looters and the criminals.
Judyth Piazza asks: How has smelling like a man changed your life?
Isaiah Mustafa: [LOL] That`s an interesting question because that implies that I haven`t always been a man. Well, considering that I`ve always been a male, it hasn`t changed all that much. Maybe it`s a little more dynamic. How about that?
Kam Williams is a syndicated film and book critic who writes for 100+ publications around the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, Canada, and the Caribbean. He is a member of the New York Film Critics Online, the NAACP Image Awards Nominating Committee, and Rotten Tomatoes. He is also a contributor at www.NewsBlaze.com.
To read Kam Williams entire interview with Morgan Freeman, Soledad O`Brien and Isaiah Mustafa, click on these links:
To read Kam`s interview with Morgan Freeman, Soledad O`Brien and Isaiah Mustafa,
click on these links:
Morgan Freeman `Born to Be Wild` Interview with Kam Williams
Soledad O`Brien `Japan Earthquake` Interview with Kam Williams
Isaiah Mustafa `Madea`s Big Happy Family` Interview with Kam Williams