The Kristin Wiig celebrity doll portrays her as the gemologist character, Barbara Minerva, from the WW84 Wonder Woman movie. Wiig is an American actress, comedian, and writer; known initially as a cast member on the Saturday Night Live television show. The doll was released by Mattel is 2020 as part of the WW84 Wonder Woman collection. A version with Cheetah tail, feet, and face-paint was also released in their collection.
The museum has a number of WW84 and Wonder Woman dolls in our collection.
The WW84 Barbara Minerva doll comes wearing an interpretation of her animal print fight with Wonder Woman movie outfit. A brown and tan reptile patterned jacket is the top layer (unfortunately, no thorn spikes on the collar). It has a builtin belt going only toward the front with a gold plastic buckle. Underneath is a sleeveless dress with a solid black top with front decorative cuts below the neck line and a brown, orange and ivory attached very short skirt with a side flap sewn in . A Velcro opening runs up the back for easy removal.
The legs are covered with waist to ankle black nylon tights which tuck into the boots. The boots are soft tan plastic thigh-high, spike heel boots. A long slit runs up the back to enable the knee to bend and for easy removal.
The face is painted with made up violet-blue pixelated eyes, brown eyebrows, dark pink sparkly pixelated lips, and light brown freckles above the cheek bone. The rooted hair is brown and blond streaked and styled into a choppy waist length cut. The hair is parted on the doll’s left and pulls back from the face. A left hairline clump of brown hair is pulled back with a polyband. The hair is very soft and comb-able.
The Wiig doll is articulated at the neck (rotates and 35 degrees up and down), shoulders (rotates and 45 degree bend), elbows (human range-100 degree forward and backward), hips (forward and backward splits and about 40 degrees side ways), and knees (90 degrees backwards). The torso, ankles and wrists are fixed. Barbie like pointed toes.
This is a very simple playable doll with no stand or accessories. The resemblance to Kristin Wiig and the tights/boots combination make this doll special.
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