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  1. 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.

  2. May 07, 2019 · 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 Robert Downey Jr. made his debut as Tony Stark in Iron ...

  3. 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.

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  5. Apr 10, 2018 · As an individual picture, Incredible Hulk is fairly unremarkable, but as part of the MCU, it’s constantly fascinating. Before the movie even begins, it speeds through an origin story, so it ...

  6. The Incredible Hulk premiered at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, on June 8, 2008, and was released in the United States on June 13, as part of Phase One of the MCU. It received generally favorable reviews and was considered to be an improvement over the 2003 film.

  7. Jun 15, 2021 · As much as it may be hard to believe, despite not receiving a direct sequel, The Incredible Hulk is indeed canon in the larger scheme of the MCU. The contents and storyline of the film are referenced in subtle ways throughout the MCU films over the years. The most apparent instance referencing the film is William Hurt reprising his role as ...

    • The Super-Soldier Serum Is Taken Out Of Mothballs. It’s a well-known fact that The Incredible Hulk nearly featured a subtle cameo by fellow MCU hero Captain America before its original opening was excised.
    • Stark Industries Supplies The Sonic Cannons Used Against The Hulk. The second entry centered around The Incredible Hulk’s opening credits; this time around we’re talking about the film’s other, less-obvious connection to Iron Man.
    • Banner Learns How To Control His Transformations. “I’m always angry” – with these words, Bruce Banner drops arguably the biggest bombshell in The Avengers: that he’d secretly been able to transform into the Hulk at will all along.
    • The Watchers’ Informant. Spotting the latest cameo by Marvel Comics co-architect, the late Stan Lee, was always a highlight of each MCU instalment – and his brief appearance in The Incredible Hulk was easily one of his best.
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