Rashida Jones and Matt Bomer also board the animated tale… Bill Murray (‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ ‘The Monuments Men’) has become the latest to lend his voice to DreamWorks Animation’s supernatural action comedy ‘B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations.’ Featuring the voices of Seth Rogen and Melissa McCarthy, the animated tale centres on a super secret government agency composed of ghosts who are dedicated to protecting humans from evil hauntings. Rashida Jones (‘Parks and Recreation,’ ‘The Awesomes’), Octavia Spencer (‘Murder She Wrote,’ ‘The Help’), Matt Bomer (‘White Collar,’ ‘Magic Mike’), and Jennifer Coolridge (‘2 Broke Girls,’ ‘American Pie’) will also be voicing characters. When two new agents – Jackson Moss (Rogen) and his oddball partner Watts (McCarthy) – uncover a plot to destroy B.O.O., they must use their skills to defeat the agency’s Most Wanted Haunter and his powerful ghost army, and save the world. Murray will be voicing a villainous ghost named Addison Drake. Tony Leondis (‘Igor’) is in the director’s chair, helming from a screenplay by Tom Wheeler (‘Puss in Boots’).