The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival isn't over until Sept. 14, but the fest has already been won by Benedict Cumberbatch. The 38-year-old "Sherlock" star, who was in Toronto from Saturday to Tuesday promoting his Alan Turing biopic "The Imitation Game," has charmed pretty much everyone he has met in the city.
On Tuesday, Cumberbatch arrived to the premiere of his film at the Princess of Wales Theatre, braving screams from the crowd and joining his fans in goofily posing and waving for the paparazzi. He then grabbed his fans' cameras to take selfies with them.
Read More »from How Benedict Cumberbatch won TIFF 2014
During the Q&A following the premiere, Cumberbatch further proved he was only human when he turned "beet red" after being asked a saucy question by a fan. According to Vulture, a woman in the audience pronounced him, "quite yummy" before asking, "Would I be able to feast on your yumminess?"
Amidst the laughter erupting from his co-star Keira Knightley, Cumberbatch composed himself long enough to answer. "Christ. Sorry,