Texas based Brothers Cleveland Productions, an independent producer of motion pictures, announced the completion of principle photography on its feature film, Fingerprints, a supernatural thriller.

The film stars Kristen Cavallari (Laguna Beach, Veronica Mars), Leah Pipes (Malcolm in the Middle), Josh Henderson (Yours, Mine and Ours, 8 Simple Rules), Andrew Lawrence (Lilo & Stitch: The Series, Tucker) as well as veteran actors Lou Diamond Philips, Sally Kirkland and Geoffrey Lewis.

Fingerprints is based on the widely publicized urban legend that took place 50 years ago in a small Texas town, where a school bus filled with children was hit by a train killing everyone on-board. The ghosts of the children are supposedly still in the area where the accident took place. It is said that if a car is put in neutral on the railroad tracks, the children will push the car off the tracks, leaving only their ghostly fingerprints behind. The movie centers on a troubled teenager who discovers the gruesome truth behind the legend.

"Fingerprints offers a unique blend of the supernatural, gore, and suspense that will satisfy horror and thriller fans young and old. The cast is also a blend of hot up-and-coming actors as well as seasoned veterans. This movie is guaranteed to scare you," said Jason Cleveland.

Fingerprints is written and produced by Brian and Jason Cleveland, with Gray Frederickson, Academy Award winner of The Godfather Trilogy and Apocalypse Now serving as executive producer. Then film is directed by Harry Basil, who collaborated with Brothers' Cleveland on their previous film, Soul's Midnight.

"This is a great movie for fans of the paranormal. Not only is the story of the haunted train tracks based on a true story, but we were able to film in several locations that are actually haunted. This is as authentic a ghost film as you could possibly make," said Brian Cleveland.

The film is scheduled for release in 2007.