Bratz Forever Diamondz


Bratz is an American fashion doll and media franchise created by former Mattel employee Carter Bryant for MGA Entertainment which debuted in 2001.[1]

The four original 10-inch (25 cm) dolls were released on May 21, 2001 — Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, and Sasha. They featured almond-shaped eyes adorned with eye shadow and lush and big glossy lips.[1] Bratz reached great success with the expansion to spin-offs including Bratz Kidz, Bratz Boyz, Bratz Babyz and Bratzillaz and a media franchise consisting of discography and adaptations into a TV series, a web series, a live-action film and video games. Global sales of the entire franchise grossed $2 billion in 2005 and by the following year, the brand had about 40 percent of the fashion-doll market.[1]

The Bratz doll lines have provoked controversy in several areas from their stylized proportions to fashion-forward clothing, capitalizing closely on pop culture trends. Since the brand's launch in 2001, franchise distributor MGA Entertainment got embroiled in a lengthy legal dispute with Mattel over the rights to its design, which ended in 2011 with MGA as the victors.[2] Related litigation is ongoing in a lawsuit by MGA alleging Mattel's theft of trade secrets.[3]

MGA has paused the Bratz brand since the onset of the litigation and rebranded it several throughout its lifespan, with the first of those coming in 2010 after Mattel's first lawsuit, only to return later that year to commemorate the brand's 10th anniversary. In 2013, Bratz changed to have a taller bodies, an all-new logo and branding,[4] and continued through 2014, in an effort to return the brand to its roots. As a result, none of the 2014 product line was made available in North America.

In July 2015, Bratz relaunched a second time with new doll lines and introducing a new main character, Raya to the debut lineup from its 2001 launch as well as a new slogan and website design. The bodies were changed to be 10" (25 cm) tall again, but with new bodies and head molds. These dolls were met with negative reactions from fans, as the brand was more oriented towards younger kids rather than tweens and teens like the previous dolls. Due to the poor reception and sales, the dolls were once again discontinued in 2016.

In September 2018, a new line of dolls called "Bratz Collector" were designed by fashion illustrator Hayden Williams and released exclusively on Amazon. The brand featured closely resemblance to the original 2001 doll line. In June 2021, for their 20th anniversary, Bratz released near-replicas of the debut dolls from its 2001 launch.

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Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 78
Regie:Sean McNamara
Produzent:Isaac Larian
Darsteller:Olivia Hack
Tia Mowry
Soleil Moon Frye
Wendie Malick
Kaley Cuoco
Lacey Chabert
Cree Summer
Jessica DiCicco
Jeff Bennett
Kath Soucie
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