Hulk is a 2003 superhero film based on the fictional Marvel Comics character of the same name. Ang Lee directed the film, which stars Eric Bana as Dr. Bruce Banner, as well as Jennifer Connelly, Sam Elliott, Nick Nolte and Josh Lucas which follows Banner becoming the Green giant monster and battling the Army and his father. The budget of the film was $139 million and the film grossed $245,360,480 worldwide with $132 million coming from North America and $113 million overseas.


The film explores the origins and backstory of the Hulk. David Banner is a geneticist who experiments on himself in his efforts to improve human DNA. His modified genes are passed on to his son, Bruce. Eventually one of his experiments explodes, killing Bruce's mother and leading to David's imprisonment. Bruce is raised in foster care, with no real memories of his true parents.

As an adult, Bruce himself also becomes a geneticist, working with Betty Ross under Major Talbot to build regenerating soldiers. An accident in the lab leads to a radiation bath which interacts unexpectedly with his altered DNA. Soon after he becomes the Hulk and destroys the lab. When he returns to normal he doesn't remember much about the transformation. He is quickly captured by the military but escapes.

His father David, now entirely crazy, attempts and fails to convince him to destroy the military. David bites an electrical cord, turning into a powerful electrical being. During his subsequent fight with the Hulk, General Ross deploys a Gamma Charge Bomb, and both are assumed dead. However, reports continue to arise of Hulk sightings. Bruce Banner has survived and found work and temporary shelter as a doctor in a medical camp in the Amazon rain forest.



  • Unleash the fury!
  • The inner beast will be released
  • Rage. Power. Freedom.
  • On June 20th Let it All Out
  • Unleash the hero within


The film was shot in Utah, California, Maui, Hawaii and Page, Arizona.


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Hulk Films
Released Films Hulk | The Incredible Hulk | The Avengers | Avengers: Age of Ultron | Thor: Ragnarok | Avengers: Infinity War Avengers: Endgame
Cancelled Films Hulk 2 | The Incredible Hulk 2
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