Tron: Legacy topless homage paid by Playboy Playmates

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Sci-Fi sequel given sexy makeover with Tron LightCycle

With Tron: Legacy, the long awaited sequel to the 1982 classic, set to hit movie theatres across the globe tomorrow, December 17th, many companies are jumping on the merchandising bandwagon with gentleman’s publication Playboy the latest to add its seductively sexy stamp.

Game On – Playboy’s sexy tribute to the neon-lit Tron revival features Playboy Playmates Sasckya Porto, Miss December 2007, and Irina Voronina, Miss January 2001, in a scantily clad homage to the Sci-Fi flick that is once again attempting to break cinematic traditions with its clever uses of new 3D technologies and an immersive soundtrack penned by Daft Punk.

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Shot by Jared Ryder, the Game On Playboy feature includes a LightCycle replica based on the vehicles designed and crafted by Daniel Simon which follow-on from the iconic originals that are raced to the death inside The Grid.

In an interview with T3 ahead of the Tron: Legacy UK premier earlier this month, the film’s leading lady Olivia Wilde cast her doubts on the widespread use of 3D in cinema declaring: : “Although I do think that certain stories warrant the 3D technique, the effect, I think certain stories don’t.”

Discussing her tech habits the actress who plays warrior Quorra announced: “I am pretty attached to technology, I spend a lot of time thinking about it. I am probably as dependant on technology as the average person is now, it’s a part of my day-to-day life. My favourite gadget is probably my iPhone although I do have an iPad, maybe that’s my favourite."

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