Benedict Cumberbatch might be THE man of the moment, what with his lead role in Sherlock, his part in the Oscar-tipped 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' and now his role in Spielberg's 'War Horse' but the actor has insisted that it was "a dream come true" to work with the legendary director.
At the royal premiere of the film in London's Leicester Square last night, the actor revealed that Spielberg was "utterly approachable and inclusive" while on the film set despite his status.
"There is nothing that makes you feel too in awe to approach him, to collaborate with him, to have a director/actor relationship with him," Cumberbatch told The Telegraph. "It's a phenomenal circus of talent he takes with him but he makes you feel integral...that's a very special thing."
Cumberbatch plays Major Jamie Stewart in the First World War film that has been nominated for 'Best Drama' at this year's Golden Globes.
Benedict, Kate Middleton and more at the 'War Horse' Premiere...