Ray Ray McElrathbey,  Fahamarr McElrathbey

** FILE ** In this Oct. 6, 2007 file photo, former Clemson football player Ray Ray McElrathbey, left, and his brother Fahamarr are right a home on the sidelines before the start of an NCAA college football game against Virginia Tech at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, S.C. The McElrathbey brothers will be returning to South Carolina as Howard University takes on South Carolina State in Orangeburg on Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008. (AP Photo/Mary Ann Chastain, File)

CLEMSON, S.C. (FOX Carolina) -- Disney has begun production of a film inspired by the story of former Clemson student-athlete Ray Ray McElrathbey, who adopted his younger brother Fahmarr while a member of the football program in 2006.

Production of a Walt Disney Pictures movie titled “Safety” is scheduled to occur on the Clemson University main campus from September 14-23, including at halftime of the football team’s game against Charlotte on Sept. 21. 

 Through next week, production is scheduled to take place at various campus locations, which may result in periodic parking or building unavailability. Scenes are scheduled for Carillon Gardens, inside the Cooper Library and near the reflection pond.

Temporary closures within these areas are expected, and detailed dates for impacted areas are listed below. Additionally, parking Services has set up this page to detail parking impacts.

 On Sept. 21, fans are encouraged to keep the stadium filled at halftime, as the production runs a few plays for scenes that will appear in the movie. Filming will commence as soon as halftime begins.

Producers are also searching for extras for the movie. 

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