If you're wondering what the point of an advertisement for two demagogues is, Trump showed it to Kim at their summit in Singapore last year. But rather than do the sensible thing and just, like, bring a PowerPoint with a few graphs on it, they teased a whole fake-ass movie. We get clips of monuments and marching and cheering and things that Trump in no way had anything to do with. (Bridges! X-Rays! General human happiness!) And it's all with narration that sounds like it came from a particularly terrible battery commercial.
Eventually, though, the narration gets to the real meat of the thing: "Destiny Pictures presents a story of opportunity. A new story, a new beginning. One of peace. Two men, two leaders, one destiny." And you're probably wondering, "Huh, I guess someone got ahold of my slashfic again, but is this a thing? Destiny Pictures? Or is it Trump's team being so stupid that they can't make something about 'destiny' without labeling every possible thing as 'destiny'?"
Well, it's certainly not a real company, as the owner of the real Destiny Pictures had to make clear in what sounds like a panic. And I don't blame him. This is a cinematic blowjob for two of the most volatile people in the world.