The recently removed heads of Infinity Ward, Jason West and Vince Zampella, have signed with the biggest talent agency in Hollywood -- the Creative Artists Agency -- leading to speculation as to where the duo may end up next.
Here's the latest strange twist in the continually surprising Infinity Ward saga--the recently-fired studio heads have signed with the biggest talent agency in Hollywood, the Creative Artists Agency.
The CAA represents top names in movies, TV, music, and sports, including Tom Hanks, Justin Timberlake, Simon Cowell, and the NFL's Manning brothers. In the video game realm, however, very few developers are represented by agencies, though Ward and Zampella were reportedly being sought by another agency besides the CAA, according to the LA Times.
This move could either signal a change in the way video game developers are hired or mark a major career change for the fathers of Call of Duty. Given the fact that the duo's current lawsuit against Activision may stand in the way of Ward and Zampella defecting to another developer, could we see the team hit the big screen?