How to Get Morgan Freeman to Narrate Your Commute

"The American people are counting on you... to drive."

By Julia Hays Feb 22, 2016 4:48 PMTags
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"The American people are counting on you... to drive. Let's go."

Morgan Freeman (a.k.a. the vice president of the U.S., the voice of God, the narrator of penguin's lives) is ready to guide you safely to your destination as a new celebrity voice on Google's navigation app, Waze.

If you've ever wanted to be addressed as the U.S. President—and have one of Hollywood's most iconic voices narrate your morning commute—your time has come.

Freeman stars as U.S. Vice President Trumbull in the upcoming film London Has Fallen (the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen) and ahead of the film's release, the star's voice is being featured on Waze for a limited time.

In character as the V.P., Freeman speaks to the driver as though you're the president.

You know, a U.S. president who drives their own Toyota Camry through Los Angeles rush hour, or whatever.

Something about being guided by Freeman's voice gives your drive added authority.

Who wouldn't trust Morgan Freeman's directions? He makes things sound right.

With lines like "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," your drive to Taco Bell finally gets the respect it deserves.

To have Freeman dictate your driving directions all you have to do is is open up Waze and click Settings>Sound>Voice Language>Morgan Freeman. Boom, you're in business!

London Has Fallen opens nationwide March 4.

In the meantime, watch the video below to flashback to the Olympus Has Fallen premiere...

Watch: Premiere: "Olympus Has Fallen"