Benedict Cumberbatch graces the March cover of T Magazine , and the accompanying interview shows us yet another intriguing side of the star. By now, it's no secret who Benedict Cumberbatch is  or why he's so sexy , so at this point, we're just enjoying the process of getting to know him better. Keep scrolling for our favorite revelations from his T Magazine interview.
He thought Khan, his Star Trek character, should have just been blown up at the end.
His character ended up frozen in a pod in space, and Benedict mused, "That was a stupid thing to do. [The Starfleet Command] should have just blown me up."
He played Queen Titania in his high school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
“I played the queen of the fairies.”
He thinks he looks like Sid from Ice Age.
Next, he wants to play a really dumb character.
In light of the cascade of intense roles he's played recently (including, most recently, British cryptographer Alan Turing), he said, "I am so ready to play a really dumb character."
He thought his Time magazine cover was a joke.
"It's one of the more bizarre levels of success. Someone sent me a photograph of it, and I thought, 'Some fan has got hold of a photo and done one of those neat apps where they impose your head on something.'"
Source: Time 
Even celebrities love him as Sherlock.
The article mentions that Harrison Ford  declared himself a fan of Benedict as the character, and once, Ted Danson chased him through a crowd yelling, "Sherlock!"
Actually, though, he's not a huge fan of the character himself. "I always make it clear that people who become obsessed with him or the idea of him — he'd destroy you. He is an absolute bastard."
Source: BBC