Vince Vaughn seemingly wanted a change in his team after the failure of his 2007 movie “Fred Claus.” In 2008, the actor parted ways with both his manager Eric Gold and the United Talent agency. Vaughn revealed to GQ that tension between his agency and Gold led to both parties not speaking for months. “There was a ton of bad blood between my manager and my agent,” he said.
This seemingly caused Vaughn to look elsewhere, with the actor landing at Creative Artists. However, this move did not give Vaughn the results he was looking for. “I liked the new guys; they had some decent ideas but I didn’t have the same sort of rapport as I’d had with my previous team,” he admitted to the outlet. “This tweak can affect your output, especially if you’re not communicating brilliantly.”
He would ultimately drop Creative Artists in March of that year in favor of the William Morris Endeavor agency after his 2015 movie “Unfinished Business” brought in under $5 million during the opening weekend after $35 million was spent on the film. In October 2020, Vaughn also signed with the management company Range Media Partners. However, the transitional period seemingly led Vaughn to explore new ventures behind the camera.