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While girls may have taken scissors and markers to their Barbie dolls growing up, now they don’t have to anymore.

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After the mega success of the “Barbie” movie, Mattel has announced it is producing the “Weird Barbie” doll based on Kate McKinnon’s role.

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The doll is available on Mattel Creation’s website for pre-order. The Barbie Signature toy sells for $50 and will ship on or before May 31, 2024.

According to the website, the doll, officially called “Barbie The Movie Weird Barbie Doll,” was designed by Javier Meabe with a “Made to Move” body type to allow it to strike similar poses as the movie character.

It also has chopped hair as if a child got into the scissors, which also is the normal blonde, with marker-highlighted blue and pink streaks. The doll also has marker-inspired makeup and designs on the Barbie-pink dress.

The doll is “made-to-order” with no purchase limits, but the sale window, which runs until Aug. 18 can close at any time, at the discretion of Mattel, the page said.

The Greta Gerwig-directed film has earned more than $1 billion worldwide, USA Today reported. It was the first film directed by a solo woman to earn that much money.

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Weird Barbie isn’t the only movie tie-in that Mattel is producing. They also created outfits for Ken and Barbie pulled directly from the big screen and a 4-pack of Hot Wheel Corvettes that mimic the film, according to USA Today.