No, not that KEEP. Michael Mann's KEEP, while flawed, is still pretty effective and creepy, and I've been waiting for an extended cut of that movie for years. No, Peter Weir's KEEP is based on the 2006 novel by Jennifer Egan, according to Variety, in which two cousins decide to come together and make a go at opening a vacation getaway in a European castle that turns out to be haunted. Knowing Weir's work, there will probably be some severe psychological trauma involved, and this sounds very inspired from Stanley Kubrick's work on THE SHINING.
I'd love to see Peter Weir's career have a resurgence - I watched MASTER AND COMMANDER recently and wow does that film hold up. in fact, I'd say it's one of the best of the last decade, with performances that are across-the-board spectacular and an epic sweep that blockbusters today rarely achieve. Weir going into "haunted caslte" territory sounds extremely promising, and I'm excited to see him return to filmmaking after THE WAY BACK failed to garner much attention. He's a master filmmaker, who never compromises his vision, and hopefully THE KEEP will be a real return for him.