The actor and director says that Sony deemed the first version of the North Korean leader's death to be "unacceptable."
During a joint press conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday, President Biden described the preconditions under which he would consider meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Jihyun Park escaped unimaginable human rights abuses and now, as a local election candidate in Bury, is believed to be the first North Korean to stand in a democratic vote anywhere in the world outside the Korean peninsula.
Some say Kim Yo Jong may have been demoted over general policy failures, while others believe her brother, North Korea's leader, could be worried about her increasingly high profile.
The country has so far claimed to have no COVID-19 infections but there has been some scepticism over this.
State television reports showed people in protective gear disinfecting buildings and surfaces around the capital city.
The World Health Organisation said fewer than 1,000 people have been tested but a number of its citizens are in quarantine.
The reclusive country has reportedly sent the workers to the border to assist with "quarantine" operations.
Comments by defense secretary Mark Esper saying the US is ready to fight North Korea if needed were reported by Iran's state media channel PressTV.
In a mammoth seven-hour speech, Kim Jong Un appeared to suggest that nuclear diplomacy with the US could end.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a parachuting drill of military sharpshooters and vowed to build an “invincible army,” displaying more defiance even as the United States and South Korea called off their own exercises to create space for nuclear diplomacy.
North Korea has reportedly fired two short-range ballistic missiles from a new rocket launcher in its latest weapons test.
The test, which saw two short-range ballistic missiles fired in to the sea, is the fifth round of tests in less than three weeks.
Noel Gallagher: “You take part in a democratic process - if you don’t like the outcome, go to North Korea."