Morgan Freeman Lends Voice to GPS App Waze
The move is a promotion for 'London Has Fallen.'
It may very well make for the most relaxing commute ever.
Morgan Freeman has lent his voice to the Waze navigation app to coincide with the Oscar winner's latest film, London Has Fallen.
Freeman's voice, in character as the vice president of the United States, will be an optional setting that can guide app users to their destinations in his unique, smooth, utterly calm tone.
London Has Fallen is the sequel to 2013's Olympus Has Fallen, which was about a terrorist attack on the White House. In the sequel, an attack is unleashed on London after the death of the prime minister. The upcoming film stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Angela Bassett and Freeman.
Waze is a free, Google-owned GPS app that updates users' commutes in real time and reroutes based on conditions.
London Has Fallen opens wide March 4.