BILL Murray last night confessed it is harder to play a good person than a bad guy.
The Ghostbusters star attended the gala screening of his new film Hyde Park On Hudson at the London Film Festival in Leicester Square.
He arrived in a vintage 1936 Flathead Ford car.
Murray plays former US president Franklin D Roosevelt in the film, which tells the story of the love affair between Roosevelt and his distant cousin Margaret Stuckley, played by Laura Linney.
Murray (62) said: "It's kinda easier to play nasty people because it's so easy for us to fall into an ugly mode.
"But to be someone that aspires to be more, that means you have to really have that going on in you."