Welcome to the new version of the Wallpapers site. Recently we have made a lot of improvements on this site. From this point on, you can signup for free account, and you will get many enhancements while you will be browsing through the site.
This site contains a large collection of desktop wallpapers. We are covering this theme: celebrities, movies, animals, cartoons, space, nature, fantasy and many others. Each Desktop Wallpapers category have important information about it. The main categories are divided into many Subcategories for easier browsing through the site. Just point your mouse cursor on the left navigation window and start browsing your desired desktop wallpapers category.
Every computer that is provided with a graphical desktop interface, wallpapers are the background patterns or pictures which are put in background of desktop menus, icons, and other elements are appearing on desktop. Wallpapers are used in all modern operating systems like Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X, Debian and other Linux Distributions.
This site is dedicated mostly to the wallpapers (Desktop Images). We have huge collection of various desktop wallpapers which are sorted into many categories for easier browsing through site.
Our archive is updated on daily basis with new high quality desktop wallpapers which are in different resolutions to fit to any screen resolution on your computer. And the most important is that desktop wallpapers are free to download.
“That phone call was one of the most exciting things, for me, in my career, at this point – and I've had a lot of neat stuff happen,” said Danny Strong of hearing his feature directorial debut got into the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. As the co-creator of Fox's blockbuster Empire, Strong now will see his Rebel In The Eye premiere at the Park City fest on January 24. Based on the Kenneth Slawenski biography J.D. Salinger: A Life, the Strong written and directed film stars…
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Comedian Aziz Ansari was given the plum gig of hosting “Saturday Night Live” the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, and in his nearly nine-minute monologue, he squarely took aim at the new president. “Pretty cool to know he’s probably at home right now watching a brown guy make fun of him, right?” said Ansari. The “Master of... Read more »
Point a camera at someone in the far, far distance, but keep the focus trained on the foreground, and that person takes on an almost extra-terrestrial quality, like some sort of spun-sugar stick figure, or a walking skeleton. “To the Bone” opens with just such a shot: That reed-thin silhouette advancing toward us is Ellen... Read more »
Neon has bought North American distribution rights to “Ingrid Goes West” out of the Sundance Film Festival, Variety has learned. To nab the indie comedy-drama it beat out the likes of A24 and Netflix, both of whom were in the hunt. The film is a satire of the social media age, chronicling the exploits of... Read more »