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==Magazine==
 
==Magazine==
Numerous ''Max Heat'' pornographic magazines can be found in throughout [[Lupino's Hotel]] during the [[Valkyr Case|2001 Valkyr case]].
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Numerous ''Max Heat'' pornographic magazines can be found in throughout [[Lupino's Hotel]] during the [[Valkyr Case|2001 Valkyr Case]].
   
 
==Film==
 
==Film==
In [[Cleaner Case|2003]], a softcore adult film titled ''[[Max Heat 7]]'' airs on television. It stars [[Max Heat (actor)|the titular adult film star]] opposite [[Laura Norder]]. The "7" in the title most likely refers to the film being the seventh in a series of ''Max Heat'' films.
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In [[Timeline#2003|2003]], a softcore adult film titled ''[[Max Heat 7]]'' airs on television. It stars [[Max Heat (actor)|the titular adult film star]] opposite [[Laura Norder]]. The "7" in the title most likely refers to the film being the seventh in a series of ''Max Heat'' films.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*During the early stages of ''[[Max Payne (game)|Max Payne]]'', the founder of the game's distributor, [[wikipedia: Scott Miller (entrepreneur)|Scott Miller]], wanted the game's protagonist to have an iconic name that would also be the game's title, similar to their other successful series, ''[[wikipedia:Duke Nuken|Duke Nukem]]''. Miller suggested Max, and "Heat" was the only last name [[Remedy Entertainment]] could come up with to trademark. Approximately $20,000 was spent attempting to trademark "Max Heat" worldwide, but as soon as someone from Remedy came up with "Payne" as a last name instead, the team gave up on the "Max Heat" trademark.<ref name="MMC">[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/features/9610-The-History-of-Max-Payne The History of Max Payne] Retrieved June 12th, 2016.</ref>
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*During the early stages of ''[[Max Payne (game)|Max Payne]]'', the founder of the game's distributor, [[wikipedia: Scott Miller (entrepreneur)|Scott Miller]], wanted the game's protagonist to have an iconic name that would also be the game's title, similar to their other successful series, ''[[wikipedia:Duke Nukem|Duke Nukem]]''. Miller suggested Max, and "Heat" was the only last name [[Remedy Entertainment]] could come up with to trademark. Approximately $20,000 was spent attempting to trademark "Max Heat" worldwide, but as soon as someone from Remedy came up with "Payne" as a last name instead, the team gave up on the "Max Heat" trademark.<ref name="MMC">[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/features/9610-The-History-of-Max-Payne The History of Max Payne] Retrieved June 12th, 2016.</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
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This article is about the media franchise, you might be looking for the actor.

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Max Heat is an American pornographic magazine as well as a series of films. The franchise could be named after the male porn actor Max Heat who is known to star at least in the film Max Heat 7.

Magazine[edit | edit source]

Numerous Max Heat pornographic magazines can be found in throughout Lupino's Hotel during the 2001 Valkyr Case.

Film[edit | edit source]

In 2003, a softcore adult film titled Max Heat 7 airs on television. It stars the titular adult film star opposite Laura Norder. The "7" in the title most likely refers to the film being the seventh in a series of Max Heat films.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • During the early stages of Max Payne, the founder of the game's distributor, Scott Miller, wanted the game's protagonist to have an iconic name that would also be the game's title, similar to their other successful series, Duke Nukem. Miller suggested Max, and "Heat" was the only last name Remedy Entertainment could come up with to trademark. Approximately $20,000 was spent attempting to trademark "Max Heat" worldwide, but as soon as someone from Remedy came up with "Payne" as a last name instead, the team gave up on the "Max Heat" trademark.[1]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Reference[edit | edit source]

  1. The History of Max Payne Retrieved June 12th, 2016.
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