2020 has changed all of our lifestyles dramatically. If you're doing the sensible thing and staying in quarantine, that means you've spent long days bored out of your head. The coronavirus has also impacted the entertainment industry, as hundreds of projects have been put on hold . Shows are struggling to create new seasons and films that were eagerly anticipated by audiences are either delayed or going to direct digital.
So imagine how the monsters of Hollywood feel when there's no one to scare? Well, it might look a little something like what poor Annabelle, the star of the 'Conjuring' universe might be going through. The demon-possessed doll should be out tormenting innocent victims and scaring the hell out of audiences but instead she's left alone in the studio backlot. Even evil likes small silly things to keep themselves occupied, so check out how Annabelle is doing during lockdown.
From Deadline :
Back in late July, during a “work equipment pick-up day,” three New Line employees decided to have some fun with this femme movie prop and made this short, Annabelle in Quarantine, about the evil doll’s shenanigans while everyone has been away. The doll has been on fixture at the New Line offices, moving around various work stations during pre-COVID-19 times. Two of the New Line employees shot the movie on their iPhone (yes, in face masks with social distancing), while a third directed remotely by FaceTime.
Watch the video below!