Weird Barbie has left Barbie Land and ventured into the real world.
Mattel announced Friday that fans of Kate McKinnon’s funky character from the hit Greta Gerwig-directed “Barbie” movie will soon be able to play with their own wacky doll. The film stars Margot Robbie as in the titular role of Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken.
And yes, she can do the splits.
Weird Barbie comes in the same pink dress and green snakeskin boots McKinnon wore in the film.
She also sports the experimental choppy blond, pink, and purple hairdo and face scribbles to “emulate a doll that’s been played with just a little too much,” per the product’s description.
But while the made-to-order Weird Barbie is currently available for preorder until Aug. 18, she’ll won’t be ready to party until next year.
Mattel says the doll is expected to ship on or before May 31, 2024. Weird Barbie will also set fans back $50.
The Post has contacted McKinnon for comment.
Another breakout and fan-demanded product from the movie is Ryan Gosling’s rainbow “I am Kenough” hoodie, which Mattel also sells on its site for $60.
“Barbie” has not only been a sales booster for Mattel but also other rival toymakers that sell any product featuring Barbie’s signature pink color, The Post learned earlier this week.
“There is a big trickle down when the $1 billion Barbie brand does well,” said Jay Foreman, chief executive of Basic Fun, which makes Tonka Truck and Lite Brite. “There’s an entire ecosystem that the pink tide is lifting in toyland.”
But not every toy on the market is real or appreciated.
Argentina artists Emiliano Pool Paolini and Marianela Perelli received death threats from all over the world this week after photos of their “Barbie Virgin Mary” and “Jesus Ken” dolls were posted online.
Their creations had no connection or affiliation with the original Barbie doll created by Mattel, as did “Splash” star Daryl Hannah who falsely introduced Mattel’s fictional line of MyCelia EcoWarrior Barbies.