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My Little Pony: Equestria Girls is a Canadian-American cartoon movie produced by Hasbro Studios. The film premiered across limited screens in the United States and Canada in 2013. The "limitation" was the fact that there were no patrons in the theaters.
The film is based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, but re-casts the characters as schoolgirls rather than ponies. The film's plot imagines that "Twilight Sparkle" is a prom queen whose crown has been stolen by a bitter "Sunset Shimmer." The producers believed that morphing lovable ponies into backbiting, treacherous teenage girls would overwhelm their subsequent morphing into a new line of play toys that everyone would be expected to buy. Hasbro has on the drawing board sequels in which the ponies become effeminate high-school football players and the nerds who bully them.