All around the world, people are flocking to see Greta Gerwig's Barbie movie, and it's easy to understand. From its fluorescent pink set design to playful costuming, it's a visual treat from start to finish. In addition to the many “typical” Barbies and Kens who graced the screen, there was one character who certainly stood out from the rest: Weird Barbie. Now, Mattel is releasing a made-to-order doll based on the quirky movie character.
Just like Kate McKinnon's on-screen version, the official Weird Barbie doll sports an eccentric outfit and drawings on her face. She comes with a bright pink dress with puffy sleeves and a smattering of abstract designs on one side. The frock is paired with matching pink stockings and a pair of green and black snakeskin boots. Weird Barbie's look is completed with a cropped hairstyle that has streaks of pink and blue. Altogether, she looks just like the movie doll that was played with a little too much.
Weird Barbie has a flexible body type, so she can be moved into a variety of poses, including the splits. Although she cannot stand on her own, she comes with a doll stand so she can be displayed upright. Each doll features collectible Barbie The Movie packaging, which includes a certificate of authenticity.
You can pre-order Weird Barbie via Mattel for $50.