When US President Donald Trump sat down to make the case for peace to North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, he rolled out a fake movie trailer starring the two leaders.
Trump said he had urged Kim and other North Korean officials to watch a four-minute video produced ahead of Tuesday's summit in Singapore.
"I think he loved it," Trump said, referring to Kim, who huddled around an iPad with other officials to watch the video.
White House officials also arranged for the video to be played for reporters gathered for Trump's news conference.
Trump and Kim reached a broad agreement on Tuesday that North Korea would move towards denuclearising the Korean peninsula, while the United States committed to providing security guarantees, and suspending war games with its ally in Seoul.
The video Trump showed the North Koreans was one of several unscripted moments in a carefully planned meeting between the two leaders.
"Featuring President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un, in a meeting to remake history, to shine in the sun. One moment, one choice," the narrator says.
The credit on the video said it had been produced by Destiny Pictures, a company based in Los Angeles. A representative of Destiny Pictures could not be immediately reached for comment.