Apple today shared a new “Get Ready” ad promoting the upcoming launch of the Vision Pro headset. The ad features prominent movie and television show characters wearing masks, glasses, and other similar accessories.

There are scenes from Star Wars, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Young Frankenstein, Kick-Ass, Up, Iron Man, Ant-Man, Star Trek, Snoopy, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Back to the Future, as well as a shot of a woman wearing a Vision Pro headset.

The video ends with the slogan “Get ready,” as the Vision Pro is scheduled to launch in a few weeks. Apple will accept pre-orders for the Vision Pro on January 19, and the official launch will follow on February 2.

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