Regency Entertainment, Titan Prods. and video game developer Gearbox Software are in development for a video game sequel to the 1995 thriller, Heat, the heist film directed by Michael Mann.

Mann is in talks to oversee development of the project, says The Hollywood Reporter, which will offer single-player and multiplayer first-person shooter action set in the film's world. Talks are in advanced stages with representatives for Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Val Kilmer to be part of the video game sequel.

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The Heat game will be ready for next-generation consoles by late 2007.