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History of the Planet of the Apes Timeline
The idea of the Planet of the Apes franchise began with a somewhat satirical French novel by Pierre Boulle called La Planète des singes, published in 1963, about a human astronaut landing on a planet full of intelligent apes and devolved human beings. Since then, the series and franchise have expanded into a full-fledged ape-universe and even a great reboot. Let’s take a look back on the history of the Planet of the Apes timeline.
'Gigolos' Nick Hawk Is Unstoppable
It's not everyday Filthy features an interview with a man who has a million dollar penis. Gigolos star Nick Hawk made headlines in May 2016 for insuring his pride and joy for one million dollars. As a sex symbol, escort, and ultimate ladies' man, Hawk is just one of the desirable men part of Garren James' army of hotties-with-bodies. James' hit Showtime series Gigolos features Nick Hawk et co as––you guessed it––real life gigolos. For a fee, women have the ability to find the man of their dreams, no strings attached.
Fitness Photographer Ludwig Araujo
Ludwig Araujo is a fitness, fashion, and wedding photographer in the NYC area. His unique expertise in capturing human movement has set him apart from other photographers in his field. As a fitness photographer, Araujo showcases the inner and outer beauty a fitness model has to share in front of the camera, allowing his audience to see that drive, physique, and perspiration can be an inspiration for us all.
Most Underrated Wes Craven Films
Wes Craven, the legendary horror director, died on August 30th 2015 after a long battle with brain cancer. Unfortunately, there’s no plot twist in this story. Wes Craven left behind nearly 50 years of genre-defining films and an immortal artistic legacy. While some of you may be familiar with his cult classics like Scream, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and The Hills Have Eyes, the most underrated Wes Craven films are equally as engaging, surprising, and hard-hitting to older and younger audiences alike. To truly appreciate the man who defined the slasher film, take a look at the most underrated Wes Craven films that you need to see.
Li Tobler the Melancholy Muse of H.R. Giger
“It may be too simplistic to say that Li Tobler haunts Giger still… but there is no doubting that the simultaneous agony and joy of life with Li Tobler established the dynamic of fear and transcendence which is present in many of his paintings.” Li Tobler was the melancholic tragic muse of H.R. Giger. Her face haunts Giger’s depictions of ethereal women in many of his paintings, often peering forth from the torment of afterlife to a world beyond anything we’ve known. Shrouded in mystery, Li Tobler is Giger’s most familiar face, yet most unknown.
David Brin on Science Fiction, Fact, and Fantasy
David Brin is one of the “10 authors most-read by AI researchers.” Naturally, he's the guy to consult before Terminators take over the planet. With an extensive resume and years of research experience under his belt, Brin has become the go-to authority on all things science.
Dave Barrett Exclusive Interview for 'It's All Fun And Games'
When six friends accidentally cross into a dangerous (and very real) fantasy world, how will they make it back alive? This is the question Dave Barrett pursues in his debut novel It's All Fun And Games, published by Nerdist as an Inkshares Collection. When Allison, the novel's strawberry-blond heroine, reluctantly agrees to hang out with her geeky friend TJ, he exposes her to the world of LARPing (live-action role playing). Whip out your dictionaries, because LARPing is a term you'll want to remember, as the fantasy-sport's popularity has grown significantly in recent years.
How Max Wasa Impacted Sci-Fi, Horror, and Wellness
Not many women can say they've been featured in countless Playboy magazines while also having portrayed a bloodsucking vampire on the big screen. Max Wasa's incredible range has been a force to be reckoned with throughout her successful career. By diversifying her interests (magazine, print, the big screen, indie films, music, publishing, and radio), Wasa's overflowing well of talent has never been capped.