Life has been quiet in the New Line offices on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, California since studios were shut down due to the coronavirus, and poor Annabelle, the creepy doll made famous in the Conjuring films as well as her own spin-off movies, has been all alone without any playmates.
That is until last month when, during a work equipment pick-up day, some studio employees decided to have a little fun with the movie prop. They decided to give us a glimpse into the day-to-day life of Annabelle in Quarantine, creating a fun short film moving her around the New Line offices.
According to Deadline, two of the employees filmed the doll on their iPhones while a third directed via FaceTime.
For the first few days, it appears Annabelle just sat around. She was probably wondering where everyone was! Of course, when no one showed up after several days, she got a little bored so she began to move around finding ways to entertain herself. She watched her own movies, broke out the Ouija board, and even took a golf cart for a ride around the studio. It’s Elf on the Shelf with a creepy twist!
The short film became a hit among studio employees and they decided to drop the film onto YouTube to share a giggle or two with Annabelle’s fans.
Sadly, this is probably the closest we will get to films within the Conjuring universe until next year when The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is set to hit theaters on June 4, 2021. Take a look at the short film below!