Fired 'Call of Duty' developers sign with CAA

Hollywood's biggest talent agency is being called to duty.

Signaling their intention to set up a new deal soon, Vince Zampella and Jason West, the recently fired heads of the studio that produced the blockbuster video games Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, have agreed to be represented by the Creative Artists Agency.

West and Zampella, the former president and chief executive, respectively, of Encino-based Infinity Ward, were fired on March 1 due to an undisclosed dispute with their bosses at Activision Blizzard, Inc

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young juice3167d ago

call of duty begins spamming the movie industry.

AlphaKenny13166d ago

Then they end up as homeless people eating out of our trash cause no one will hire them to make more sh1tty games.

Sm0k3y_Bac0n3166d ago

They've only made one sh1tty game.

NMC20073166d ago

Then they get their Acti revenge by making Guitar Hero The Motion Picture.

I Play Games3166d ago

I really dont care, they will go to a different studio and make the same game

DJ3166d ago

Mirror the movie industry, with Game Developer Guilds protecting artists and engineers from publishers like Activision.

Tsalagi3166d ago

Publishers will just use it as an excuse to raise the price of games.

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