Hollywood star Kevin Spacey fears November’s presidential elections could result in the same controversial stalemate that tied candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore in 2000, because of flaws in the vote-counting system in America.Spacey plays Gore’s lawyer in new movie Recount, about the dramatic conclusion to the election, when a tense recount in Florida handed Bush the White House, despite Gore having won the popular vote. Gore supporter Spacey is concerned another close race could result in a similarly chaotic conclusion, and is insisting technological innovations won’t help at all. Spacey tells the New York Daily News, "There’s no doubt in my mind that this could happen again. Even if you went from a punch-card ballot to a punch-screen ballot, in which case there’s no paper trail. You couldn’t do a recount. What was wrong with just checking a box?"