The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Director: Louis Leterrier
Screenwriter: Zach Penn
Cast: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson
Genre: Science Fiction / Action / Thriller
Region: United States
Released: 2008-08-20 (Mainland China) / 2008-06-13 (USA)
 The Incredible Hulk
Runtime: 112 minutes
Also known as: New Transformers (Hong Kong) / Incredible Hulk / Hulk 2 / Incredible Hulk / Hulk 2
Rating: IMDB 6.6 / Rotten Tomatoes 67%
The experience of mutation at Gaohua University is always repeating itself, and the wanted by the military is also lingering in my mind. Scientist Bruce Banner (played by Edward Norton) is in Brazil under such a nightmare to control the gamma radiation in his body. While trying to find a solution with Mr. Lan in New York.
One day in the soda production plant, he accidentally cut his finger and let blood drip into the soda bottle. The soda bottle exported to the United States exposed his whereabouts. The U.S. military goes after him at all costs, and takes over Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), a British Thunderbolt general eager to win. Bruce, who was cornered, turned into a Hulk, and Emal and other soldiers were taken by surprise. In order to capture Bruce with his own hands, Emil suggested injecting himself with a sample that could mutate the gene.
Bruce met his old girlfriend Betty Ross (Liv Taylor Liv Tyler) while hiding in the United States. Betty stood by his side without hesitation, and at the same time discovered that she had the power to stabilize the Hulk in him.
Emily was blinded by the victory. With his provocation and the U.S. military’s determination to use Bruce’s supernatural powers as a brutal act, a big war was inevitable.
The Incredible Hulk is a 2008 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Directed by Louis Leterrier, the film stars Edward Norton as Bruce Banner, a scientist who transforms into the Hulk, a giant green monster with incredible strength, whenever he becomes angry or emotionally stressed.
The film serves as a reboot of the Hulk film franchise, following the 2003 film Hulk directed by Ang Lee. It takes a more action-oriented approach, with a focus on the Hulk’s battles with the military and a new villain, the Abomination (played by Tim Roth).
The Incredible Hulk received generally positive reviews, with critics praising Norton’s performance and the action sequences, but criticizing the film’s pacing and lack of character development. Despite its moderate box office success, the film was overshadowed by the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began with Iron Man in the same year. The character of the Hulk was later recast and played by Mark Ruffalo in subsequent Marvel Cinematic Universe films.