With long-running animated sitcom The Simpsons set to be available on Disney+ when it launches in about two weeks time, Springfield's First Family are the latest to star in an advert for the fast-approaching streaming service.
The promotional clip sees each member of the Simpsons family wearing a costume to represent one of the various Disney-owned brands that are featured on Disney+. Bart, representing the Disney umbrella as a whole, is dressed up as Mickey Mouse. Meanwhile, Marge is representing Pixar as Toy Story's Bo Peep, Homer is representing Marvel as Iron Man, Maggie is representing Star Wars as Yoda and Lisa is representing National Geographic as what appears to be an adventurer trapped in ice.
That said, Bart isn't exactly pleased with the costume he has been given. Marge and Homer's eldest child angrily walks into frame, holding his Mickey ears and nose in his hands. "I'm not gonna do it, you're not gonna make me do it," he declares. "I don't care how much they paid."
Homer responds, "You put on that nose and ears or I'll take off yours." It as at this point Bart begrudgingly complies and the family poses for a picture. Just before the snapshot is taken, however, the 1o-year-old troublemaker turns around and moons the camera before the Disney+ logo appears.
The Walt Disney Company gained the rights to The Simpsons following its acquisition of 20th Century Fox earlier this year. All 30 seasons of the series will be available on the Disney+ streaming service, as well the upcoming Seasons 31 and 32, not to mention 2007's The Simpsons Movie.
Disney+ will be available Nov. 12 in the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands and on Nov. 19 in Australia and New Zealand, with content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.