Creator of the Trump-Kim 'Movie Trailer' Steps Forward


NSC staff named their fake production company "Destiny Pictures" as an apparent metaphor, unwittingly making the real Destiny Pictures, a small production outfit in Los Angeles, a target for bombardment from reporters trying to suss out the origins of the weird trailer. Though CNN reports the almost five-hour talk ended with only a "vague pledge" that North Korea will disarm, many on Twitter were more taken with what the world leaders dined on during their important discussion. For example, there seemed to be an awkward moment when Trump stared at Kim and the North Korean leader looked away, Pease told the South China Morning Post.

There was news from the summit, Colbert said.

Castaldo flat out says, "It's not something I would have done or wanted to have been a part of".

"The whole enterprise reeks of amateurism and comes off as an attempt to check the box on a harebrained idea that presumably originated in the oval office", Price added. It contrasted that with an alternative reality in which the regime stayed on course with the development of its arsenal.

The choice between the two scenarios was Kim's, the film implied. "That said, I do have some concerns based on some things Donald Trump did and said yesterday and also based on the fact that he is Donald Trump".

Trump also recognized on Tuesday during a press conference that he could potentially be wrong about trusting Kim.

"They both want to show dominance and that is why there's this bone-crushing handshake". Actually during the meeting.

"I think without the rhetoric we wouldn't have been here".

"We had it on cassette".

Asked what happens next, Trump said: "I think he's gone back to get this done". "They played it. About eight of their representatives were watching it". I thought they were fascinated by it.