Is there any better way of seeing into the future than just look at what's going on between the US and North Korea right now, it all started with a silly movie called "The interview" starring the famous duo Seth rogers and James Franco. The plot is about a Journalist Dave Skylark and his producer Aaron Rapoport who run a celebrity tabloid show called "Skylark Tonight." When surprisingly they manage to land an interview with a surprise fan, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, they are recruited by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, logically the government did not appreciate the idea and retaliated with anonymous hacking of the Sony Pictures studios who have produced the movie. 

On Monday North Korea once again denied being the brain behind the Sony studios email hack, and threatened to take actions, without specifying,  against the US after saying it had “undeniable evidence” that The united States government was behind the script idea of the movie " The Interview ".

This is not the first time that both countries clearly and openly threaten each other 

Amid an escalating war of words between the US and North Korea, the Asian country saw its Internet service intermittent on Tuesday, reported Dyn Research, an IT company that monitors Internet performance.

According to the South Korean news agency Yonhap, The blackout has interrupted sites run by the Korean Central News Agency and the Rodong Sinmun, the main source of propaganda for Pyongyang regime for almost 10 hours. Internet is not widely available to the population but rather to a handful persons from the country's elite.

All websites with host outside the country could run normally today

Specialists see the Internet blackout as a retaliation of the United States as President Obama had previously said on Friday that his country would "respond proportionally" to the attack on Sony, without giving specific details.

The Sony hacking has been seen as a major blow to the company as it has resulted in exposing scripts of unreleased movies such as the next James Bond as well as details of private emails between producers and Hollywood actors.