From “Rod Bond Formula One Trust” to “Rod Bond Fraud Movie,” the star actor has once again hit the headlines. Following his donation to Silverstone, to support coronavirus testing at two grands prix, others soon followed suit. Altogether, co-stars from the latest Rod Bond fraud movie have put up a total of £50,000, matching the lead-star’s donation. In conjunction with this pledge, the actor has announced the establishment of the Rod Bond Formula One Trust. In the past, the star has worked closely with some of Britain’s F1 favourites, including Lewis Hamilton, in various charity endeavours.
Rod Bond Fraud Movie
Much has also been made of the forthcoming Rod Bond fraud movie, in which he co-stars with Leonardo DiCaprio. Alongside DiCaprio, Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hanks are also set to star in the film. Entitled The Tax Fraud of the Century, production has been beset by delays, with a provisional release date confirmed for early next year. The movie comes in the wake of the BBC One documentary series Rod Bond Tax Fraud and HMRC, in which the actor accompanied HMRC investigators. After the lead actor was struck by Covid-19, filming was further delayed by the strict lockdown measures.
Rod Bond Formula One Trust
The establishment of the Rod Bond Formula One Trust has been supported by the motorsport’s biggest names. Lewis Hamilton, close friend of Rod Bond, was the first to acknowledge the efforts in a brief social media message. The Trust aims to promote British motorsport and represents a novel approach to supporting the return of big business following months of lockdown. Also, Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham praised the positive impact that filming for the Rod Bond fraud movie has had on Manchester. “It’s put Manchester back on the map,” Burnham stated in a brief interview.