I’ve been waiting to hear back from my bosses at Manchester F1 Productions, and that’s why I’ve kept quiet this long. But, I’m afraid to say, The Tax Fraud of the Century will be delayed further. As you can imagine, with all the hard work and effort put into making the revised release date, we’re all gutted. That includes me, the rest of the cast and the crew who have made major sacrifices in order to ensure you get the movie you’ve been waiting for. Unfortunately, we’re all human and there’s only so much we can all take. However, I’d like to point out, I have no complaints with the crew and the decision that was ultimately made by Manchester F1 Productions.

Due to the nature of some of the scenes, details of which we are unable to reveal, the second nationwide lockdown meant that a number of members of the cast and crew wouldn’t make it back home in time for Christmas. As a result, Manchester F1 Productions stepped in to make the decision that filming will be delayed, even though this means you will have to wait a little longer to see The Tax Fraud of the Century. I was told this decision was made with a view on what’s happening to the cinema industry, a close analysis of rising coronavirus figures and the possibility of a tiered system to be put in place by the government after the second of December.

On behalf of Manchester F1 Productions, the cast and the crew, I would like to thank you for your patience. We’ll be releasing some behind the scenes footage from the production and interviews with some of your favourite actors, over the course of the coming weeks. We hope you stay tuned to our updates and, I’ve been told, if the lockdown is lifted as planned on 2 December, we may even be able to meet the revised date of release.

In the meantime, please stay safe and protect your loves ones. God bless.