Undercover KGB agent, Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) is intent on producing the next new discovery and he devotes all of his time in his laboratory experimenting no matter how many times he has failed. When the government for whom he's been working, tells him he is not allowed for any human experiments, he decides to experiment on himself. His son is born, with these antibodies passed onto him. As he looks for a cure with more wanting to experiment more on his son, he is taken away and put in prison for 20 years.
As Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) grows up, he feels different from others but is unsure of why. But when his anger is unleashed he starts to grow inside and out, exposing the hulk of himself he was made to be. He seeks a cure from the gamma radiation that poisoned his cells along with the help of his nice looking co-worker Betty Ross (Liv Tyler). But General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt), and his military power, are eager to capture The Hulk and use his secrets to their advantage.
When Bruce's father is released from prison and discovers that his experiment has finally worked, he tries to use the power for his own selfishness and between Thunderbolt, The Hulk and Emil, it's a fight to the finish in New York City.
Director: Louis Leterrier
Writers: Edward Norton, Zak Penn
Producers: Avi Arad, Kevin Feige, Gale Anne Hurd