My Little Pony: Equestria Girls
Studio: DHX Media Ltd. Release Date : June 16, 2013 Series: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted     

Associated Studios

Hasbro Studios / Top Draw Animation Inc.

Synopsis

No synopsis currently available.

Credits

Director

Jayson Thiessen

Voices

Tara Strong
Ashleigh Ball
Andrea Libman
Tabitha St. Germain
Cathy Weseluck
Rebecca Shoichet

Executive Producer

Chris Bartleman
Kirsten Newlands

Art Direction

Ridd Sorensen

Animation Director

Ishi Rudell
Lean Lagonera

Voice Director

Terry Klassen

Writer

Meghan "Megan" McCarthy

Developed For Television By

Lauren Faust

Prop Designer

Joshua Beveridge
Hanna Lee

Storyboard Revisions

Sabrina Alberghetti
Hanna Lee
Nabie-Ya Yousuf

Layout Supervisor

Denny Lu
Ishi Rudell

Storyboard Supervisor

"Big" Jim Miller

Location Design

Phil Caesar

Animation Revisionist

Bong Macarayan
Janell Poulin
Mike Tse
Toni Zhang

Video Information

DVD

United States

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls

BluRay Disc

United States

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls

Technical Specifications

Running time: 73:17
Animation Type: Flash Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Color Type: Color
Print Type: Video (HDTV)
Negative Type: Digital
Original Language: English
Original Countrie: United States

Reviews and Comments

From Justin Delbert :

OK, I guess it's time to come out of the closet; I like this movie/series. I like this BETTER than Friendship is Magic. Yes, it was a corporate decision, and it received some backlash saying, "OMG, they sexualized the ponies, how dare they do this!!!" However, the truth is that this is to be set up as a different series. While retaining the same names, personalities, colors, and voices, these are NOT THE SAME CHARACTERS AS IN FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC! The only one the same is Twilight Sparkle, who came across to the human world to get her crown back. Eventually, a different version of Twilight Sparkle (who fans call, Sy-Twi) would appear in the series while Princess Twilight Sparkle stayed behind in Ponyville. The crew that worked on Friendship is Magic are also staffed on here. Yes they did have to appeal to girls, yes they had to appeal to Hasbro, but other than that, they were given the same creative freedom to do whatever they wanted. This became more apparent later on in the series. It's not a masterpiece, but it is a fun enjoyable little film, and if you like it, 3 more movies, 4 specials, plus tons of shorts follow.
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History

2/10/2014

  • New title added by Toonatic
  • Tech specs added by Toonatic

2/14/2014

  • Characters added by Toonatic

3/29/2015

  • Credits added by Toonatic

1/5/2017

    10/9/2017

    • Print format added by Josue_Duperon
    • Home video info added by Josue_Duperon

    3/25/2018

      4/20/2018

      • Comments added
      • Justin Delbert

      6/3/2018

      • Credits added by EmiozunaToonz

      Sources

      Meghan "Megan" McCarthy: Writer
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      Chris Bartleman: Executive Producer
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      Kirsten Newlands: Executive Producer
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      Jayson Thiessen: Director
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      Tara Strong: Voices
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      Ashleigh Ball: Voices
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      Andrea Libman: Voices
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      Tabitha St. Germain: Voices
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      Cathy Weseluck: Voices
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      Rebecca Shoichet: Voices
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      Lauren Faust: Developed For Television By
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      Terry Klassen: Voice Director
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      "Big" Jim Miller: Storyboard Supervisor
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      Ridd Sorensen: Art Direction
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      Joshua Beveridge: Prop Designer
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      Hanna Lee: Prop Designer
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      Denny Lu: Layout Supervisor
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      Ishi Rudell: Layout Supervisor
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      Ishi Rudell: Animation Director
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      Bong Macarayan: Animation Revisionist
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      Janell Poulin: Animation Revisionist
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      Mike Tse: Animation Revisionist
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      Toni Zhang: Animation Revisionist
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      Lean Lagonera: Animation Director
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      Phil Caesar: Location Design
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      Sabrina Alberghetti: Storyboard Revisions
      • Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable)

      Hanna Lee: Storyboard Revisions
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      Nabie-Ya Yousuf: Storyboard Revisions
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