A wax statue of British actor Benedict Cumberbatch was unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London Tuesday morning.
Cumberbatch fully cooperated with the creation process and has seen photos of the final product, but hasn't visited his completed likeness yet, the museum said.
"I'm excited to see the finished, perfect, waxy me, although slightly terrified... The work is so detailed, it's going to feel a little uncomfortable and surreal seeing what I really look like," the Sherlock and The Hobbit star said in a statement.
"But being so involved in the entire creation process and working so closely with the team at Madame Tussauds London was a phenomenal experience and really opened my eyes to the artistry that goes into the making of each figure. I just wish it could take selfies and sign autographs."
"The attraction is now steeling itself for an influx of fans eager to see the figure, which is portrayed 'premiere ready,' in a stylish Spencer Hart suit, donated by the tailor, and Benedict's famous tousled hairstyle," said the tourist attraction's website. "The suit closely matches the outfit worn by the actor during his memorable 'photobombing' spree at the 2014 Oscars."