"Waze" app users will be able to use Morgan Freeman as the narrator of their commute for a limited period, as as part of promotions ahead of the release of his upcoming film, "London Has Fallen," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Freeman's voice will come as an optional setting on the Google-owned navigation app, which users can enable to let the 78-year-old actor's calm tone guide you to your destination.
Freeman plays the role of the vice president in "London Has Fallen," which is a sequel to 2013's "Olympus Has Fallen." The actor stays in character on the app as the second-in-command to the President, which in this case, is you, according to Entertainment Weekly.
"The time has arrived, President Wazer. The world awaits your commands," and "You've arrived. It's been my honor and duty to see you through this mission," are some of the lines that Freeman says on the app, according to E!.
To allow Freeman to narrate your commute, all you have to do is open "Waze," go to Settings, Sound, Voice Language, Morgan Freeman and sit back and enjoy his heavenly voice direct your journey.
Watch the video below to get a feel of the experience: