Watch the weird Hollywood-style video Trump made for Kim Jong

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his commitment to "complete denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula", in a joint agreement signed with US President Donald Trump Tuesday.

Trump and Kim met for about 40 minutes Tuesday one-on-one, joined only by interpreters.

Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) Ri Su Yong and North Korean foreign minister Ri Yong Ho also took part in the enlarged meeting.

"We're both very honored to sign the document, thank you", Trump said, with Kim sitting at his side.

"US GovernmentA frame from the video showing Kim as a star of the film".

Trump personally showed it to his new friend, and the White House played it before the president's press conference.

"Today we had a historic meeting and chose to leave the past behind and we are about to make a historic change", Kim said.

There is an English language version and one in Korean, with the narrator having a South Korean accent. And that, of course, leaves aside the fact they thought it prudent to try to out-North-Korea North Korea in the propaganda department. That future was shown in grainy black and white images of U.S. warplanes in the air and missiles launching. I explained it. I said instead of doing that, you could have the best hotels in the world. "A new world can begin today, one of friendship, respect and goodwill", said the trailer's dramatic voiceover as images of militarization, North Korea, and the United States were spotlighted.

The Blast spoke with Mark Castaldo, founder of the award-winning Destiny Pictures production company in Los Angeles.

"Working together with you, we will get it taken care of", he said, adding the two had struck up an "excellent relationship".

As much as President Donald Trump spars with Hollywood, the former reality TV star has his own flair for theatrics.

Trump said: "It's going great".

Kim Jong-un meeting Donald Trump during their historic summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018 in Singapore.

'History is always evolving, and there comes a time when only a few are called upon to make a difference.

Vanessa Coleman

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