Just over 24 hours ago, the U.S. found out who would be their next President, but if Hollywood decided to turn the 2016 election campaign into a movie, who would be cast as its leading roles?
When asked by CNBC, leading Hollywood star, Joseph Gordon-Levitt knew who could be "spot-on" for the job if it ever came about.
"Honestly I think they've been doing it perfectly on SNL," Joseph Gordon-Levitt, actor and director of open-collaborative production firm hitRECord, told CNBC.
"I've watched all of the SNL Trump Clinton with Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon — I think they've been doing it spot on. I've been really impressed."
In the run-up to the U.S. election, Saturday Night Live (SNL) had been hosting a number of sketches based around the 2016 Presidential Campaign, featuring Kate McKinnon as Democrat Hillary Clinton, and Alec Baldwin as Republican Donald Trump.
The 42nd season premiere of SNL alone—which featured an Election sketch—drew in some 8.3 million viewers.