It's unquestionable that Benedict Cumberbatch is the man of the moment at Toronto film festival. Not that it doesn't come with a price. "It's great. I wish I could enjoy the moment a bit more, (but) that's always the thing, isn't it?"says Cumberbatch, ensconced in a hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton. It's a gorgeous fall day outside, but with three prestigious movies to promote (Julian Assange biopic The Fifth Estate, the Steve McQueen-directed slavery film 12 Years a Slave and August: Osage County) the closest he's getting to the great outdoors is by squinting.