Ehren Kruger is back adapting novels for the big screen (you may remember his last one, Blood and Chocolate?) according to this morning’s Variety. The trade reports that Rogue Pictures has just nabbed Kruger’s adaptation of The Keep.
Before you panic, this is not the F. Paul Wilson Keep that’s already been made into a good movie. No, this is Jennifer Egan’s The Keep, about two cousins who come together after years separating them so one can help the other renovate a castle in Germany. Their past is very eager to catch up with them, and something having to do with a local prisoner is involved as well. It’s all a bit confusing, to be honest.
Kruger and producing partner Daniel Bobker still have Dream House set up for development at Rogue also. No word on the status of that one for a while, but it sounds like The Keep is going to be a priority for now. Keep it here for the latest!
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