Regarding his conversation with Stephen Fry... that's not why they call it Delta. Delta is a term referring to the terminus of a river that, due to silting, has split into multiple branching, forking rivulets. It's named after the Greek letter 'delta', which is shaped like a triangle, because it is shaped like a triangle, which is what happens when a river forks, forks again, and then reforks. Flooding is something that happens to rivers, but it's not delta. Delta blues is so named because it originated near the delta of the Mississippi and then, because the Mississippi was the major highway, spread up the river.
Is his voice naturally that calm and authoritative or did he work his ass off to make it that way?
How come he hasnīt worked in any animated film yet? With such an awesome voice...
Who's to say he hasn't tried? It could have been a complete failure. Stage and movie actors are not voice actors, after all. It's a fact that many producers seem to have difficulty grasping.
Considering all the narration work he's done, it doesn't seem like it would be that big of a leap. Though voice acting would require more emotional range than narration typically does.
So, "My, my, isn't that something?" appears on both this page and the XKCD page and a few other places, but what movie is it from? It seems like the sort of film where Morgan Freeman plays a detached, salt-of-the-earth Magical Negro, but of course Freeman's got a lot of them, so which one in particular?