Morgan Freeman is once again putting his voice to good use, according to the Daily Beast.

But not for penguins this time: He's calling out the media for how they've covered the protests over the death of Freddie Gray.

Celebs speak out on Baltimore protests

In an interview for his upcoming film Five Flights Up, Freeman discusses how the camera crews only arrive once the violence begins.

"People are saying, 'You were not all there when we were just talking and trying to make a point, but if we set something on fire, all of the sudden you're all here. Why is that? What's the difference?'" Freeman said. "And some young reporters are listening. That sort of observation is very useful."

And he said it didn't matter which outlet was reporting it — they just all vie for the hottest take.

"Look at MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN. Go between those three," Freeman said. "There's a take, there's a take, and there's a take. It's just commentary. CNN wants to be pure news, but the others are just commentary. They're just commenting on things."

Overall, Freeman did not mince words on his opinion of the media landscape.

"F--- the media," he pronounced.

From God's mouth to our ears!