Tron Legacy: Olivia Wilde

You may have noticed that around here, we’re starting to develop “a thing” for Joseph Kosinski’s hyper-modern reboot (get it, that’s a computer term) of the Tron franchise. It has something to do with the fact that Tron Legacy once again showed up to rock Comic-Con, as we saw in the new trailer released that same weekend. The film looks like and off-the-charts visual spectacle and is perhaps one of the few 3D movies worth looking forward to between now and the end of the year. Save for Drive Angry, of course.

To keep you in the mood and keep you locked into the cool blues and electric yellows of the Tron universe, a company called LE Studios X has released a series of desktop wallpapers and iPad wallpapers celebrating Disney’s return to the inside of a computer. They appear to be based on the advertising banners that were previously released, but they’ve been cleaned up to fit perfectly on your desktops. We’ve selected a few favorites and posted them after the jump for your viewing pleasure.

Desktop: (click the image to see the entire gallery)

Tron Legacy Wallpaper

iPad: (click the image to see the entire gallery)

Tron Legacy iPad

Check out the entire collection of Tron Legacy desktop wallpapers and iPad wallpapers for yourself via the LE Studios X Flickr page. Yes, I will be installing one of these babies (probably Olivia Wilde) on our “Interns Only” computer… as soon as I get the keyboard replaced. I may or may not have spilled a giant can of Red Bull on it. Just don’t tell anyone…

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