Bill Murray is currently playing one of America's most revered Presidents, Franklin Delano Roosevelt in new movie 'Hyde Park On Hudson'.
So we thought we'd ask him about what he thought of the choice in front of Americans in the election, and he said that there wasn't much of a choice, saying that the pair are "not so different".
Murray isn't a naysayer about the prospect of either man winning though, saying he thinks that both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have what it takes to be president.
Speaking to us at the London premiere of 'Hyde Park', the 'Groundhog Day' star said: "I think they both have it in them, you know it's just a matter of whether not you can call upon it, you can bring it up.
"You know they both talk, they're not so different really, you know if you shake them out, they're not so different as people in what they say they believe it's just whether or not they can get it done, and that requires finding that stuff, that real stuff, finding that presence of mind and spirit."
It would appear that Americans agree with Bill, as the polls are currently close to tied, with Obama given the slight edge in last night's Presidential debate by news organisations. It seems that it will be a tough and bitter fight.
Bill on the otherhand, seemed to be enjoying a more relaxed time in London, discussing his role in the new movie, and even letting on that he may appear in a new 'Ghostbusters' film.
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