Due to the fact that his name is so much fun to say, read, and type, British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has amassed an enormous cult following. (His performance in the BBC’s Sherlock may have also played a factor in this). His followers call themselves Cumberb*tches, and they are everywhere. Including, apparently, the selection committee of the Toronto Film Festival.

Today, TIFF unveiled 75 of the titles in this year’s line-up, and—surprise, surprise—most of them star Cumberbatch. Well, three of them do, anyway.

The first of the three to debut is the festival’s opening night film, The Fifth Estate, in which Cumberbatch plays Julian Assange. After that, festival-goers will have to wait a few days to get their next Cumberbatch fix with 12 Years a Slave, a slavery drama from Shame director Steve McQueen, and August: Osage County, an adaptation of the Pulitzer prize winning play which co-stars Meryl Streep in what will no doubt be yet another Oscar nominated performance.

Oh, and the festival will also include a few highly anticipated films that don’t feature Cumberbatch. These include Gravity, director Alfonso Cuarón first movie in six years, the Palm d’Or winner Blue is the Warmest Color, and The Past, Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s follow up to his sublime A Separation.

Here are all of the titles that have been announced so far…

Opening night film
The Fifth Estate (Bill Condon)

Closing night film
Life of Crime (Daniel Schechter)

World premieres
12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen)
All Is By My Side (John Ridley)
The Art of the Steal (Jonathan Sobol)
Attila Marcel (Sylvain Chomet)
August: Osage County (John Wells)
Bad Words (Jason Bateman)
Belle (Amma Asante)
Can a Song Save Your Life? (John Carney)
Cannibal (Manuel Martín Cuenca)
Dallas Buyers Club (Jean-Marc Vallée)
Devil’s Knot (Atom Egoyan)
Dom Hemingway (Richard Shepard)
The Double (Richard Ayoade)
Felony (Matthew Saville)
For Those Who Can Tell No Tales (Jasmila Žbanić)
Going Away (Nicole Garcia)
The Grand Seduction (Don McKellar)
Half of a Yellow Sun (Biyi Bandele)
Hateship Loveship (Liza Johnson)
Ida (Pawel Pawlikowski)
The Invisible Woman (Ralph Fiennes)
Labor Day (Jason Reitman)
The Love Punch (Joel Hopkins)
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (Justin Chadwick)
One Chance (David Frankel)
Prisoners (Denis Villeneuve)
Quai d’Orsay (Bertrand Tavernier)
The Railway Man (Jonathan Teplitzky)
The Right Kind of Wrong (Jeremiah Chechik)
Starred Up (David Mackenzie)
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (Mike Myers)
Third Person (Paul Haggis)
Those Happy Years (Daniele Luchetti)
Violette (Martin Provost)
Visitors (Godfrey Reggio)
Le Week-End (Roger Michell)
You Are Here (Matthew Weiner)

North American premieres
American Dreams in China (Peter Ho-Sun Chan)
Cold Eyes (Cho Ui-seok and Kim Byung-seo)
The Lunchbox (Ritesh Batra)
Rush (Ron Howard)
Blue Is The Warmest Colour (Abdellatif Kechiche)
Burning Bush (Agnieszka Holland)
Gloria (Sebastián Lelio)
Gravity (Alfonso Cuarón)
The Great Beauty (Paolo Sorrentino)
L’intrepido (Gianni Amelio)
Joe (David Gordon Green)
Like Father, Like Son (Hirokazu Kore-Eda)
Man of Tai Chi (Keanu Reeves)
Mary, Queen of Scots (Thomas Imbach)
Night Moves (Kelly Reichardt)
Omar (Hany Abu-Assad)
Only Lovers Left Alive (Jim Jarmusch)
Parkland (Peter Landesman)
The Past (Asghar Farhadi)
Philomena (Stephen Frears)
Real (Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
Tracks (John Curran)
Under the Skin (Jonathan Glazer)
Walesa. Man of Hope (Andrzej Wajda)
We are the Best! (Lukas Moodysson)
Young and Beautiful (François Ozon)

International premieres
Kill Your Darlings (John Krokidas)
Exit Marrakech (Caroline Link)
Mystery Road (Ivan Sen)
Pioneer (Erik Skjoldbjærg)

Other
Don Jon (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
Shuddh Desi Romance (Maneesh Sharma)
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her (Ned Benson)