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Your wish has been granted. Morgan Freeman can now narrate your life.
Starting Monday, users of the navigation app Waze can receive turn-by-turn directions from the so-called "voice of God," according to the company's blog page.
"Morgan Freeman was one of the most requested voice of all time," a spokesperson from Waze told CNBC Tuesday.
Freeman, who has narrated countless documentaries, feature films, and commercials, and now Hillary Clinton's campaign, is lending his iconic voice to the community-based traffic and navigation app in an effort to promote his upcoming film London has Fallen.
"The American people are counting on you... to drive. Let's go," says Freeman, one of his many lines from the movie to give drivers the full action thriller experience.
Waze will show ads for Freeman's latest film, offer an option to purchase tickets, and give directions to nearby theaters showing the film. Freeman's voice will be available to Waze users in the U.S. from now until March 31,2016.
Freeman is the latest in a line of celebrities to partner with Waze, including Kevin Hart, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Stephen Colbert.