- While Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor each got their own trilogies at the beginning of the MCU’s Infinity Saga, the Incredible Hulk received no such thing. Instead, Ang Lee’s Hulk is no longer considered a part of the MCU and The Incredible Hulk is only ever loosely referred to anymore.
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It IS an MCU film. It was made by Marvel Studios, but distributed by Universal. Ed Norton left the role after the movie because he and the studio didn't get along. Tony Stark appears in the post-credits scene. So yeah, it's an MCU movie. The 2003 Hulk movie is not, though. User Info: _Spider_Venom. _Spider_Venom 3 years ago #3.
Answer (1 of 25): Yes. In fact it came out just one month after Iron Man which means they were probably being shot simultaneously. A deleted scene from the movie shows Captain America in his icy tomb before Banner tries to shoot himself.
Feb 01, 2019 · Is The Incredible Hulk really part of the MCU? That's a question that Marvel fans have been asking for over a decade at this point, and while it's certainly one of the most removed entries in the series, the sheer number of references to the movie in later Marvel Cinematic Universe prove how important it is.
May 05, 2021 · The Incredible Hulk was a modest hit in 2008, making $134 million domestic and $263 million worldwide at the box office. That was roughly flat with Lee’s Hulk and less than half of what Iron Man ...
May 07, 2019 · The Incredible Hulk MCU Trilogy Finally Explained. The Hulk was the second hero to get an origin story in Marvel's Cinematic Universe. In fact, The Incredible Hulk came out mere months after ...
Jun 15, 2021 · Despite always being Bruce Banner's go-to love interest and playing a pivotal role in his character development in the comics, Betty Ross's presence has only been felt in The Incredible Hulk and as far as fans are concerned, it was her only appearance in the MCU. That's not quite true, even if it was the last time she was actually "seen."