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The Incredible Hulk (12-Jun-2008)

Director: Louis Leterrier

Writer: Zak Penn

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Superheroes, Comic Book

Marvel comic-book romp tells the origin story of a giant green-skinned "Hulk" powered by his own anger.

ABSTRACT
Bruce Banner, a Virginia doctor, visits General Thaddeus "Thunderboat" Ross to observe a military experiment designed to make humans immortal to gamma radiation as part of a "super soldier"-creating program. When the project goes awry and exposes Banner to titanic amounts of the radiation in question, however, he gains the "ability" to transform into an enormous green monster called the Hulk when his blood pressure rises over 200, soon becoming a fugitive on the run from the American government who must work to quell his worst fears when soldier Emil Blonsky becomes a more sinister version of his alter ego.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Greg Bryk
Actor
1972   Weston Field on ReGenesis
Ty Burrell
Actor
22-Aug-1967   Phil Dunphy on Modern Family
Lou Ferrigno
Actor
9-Nov-1951   The Incredible Hulk
William Hurt
Actor
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
Tim Blake Nelson
Actor
11-May-1964   O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Edward Norton
Actor
18-Aug-1969   Fight Club
Arnold Pinnock
Actor
10-Dec-1967   George Ryder on The Listener
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Liv Tyler
Actor
1-Jul-1977   Daughter of Aerosmith frontman

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