Select from the questions below to find answers to our most frequently asked questions.
A: Well, there is a lot to tell, but a quick synopsis can be found here.
A: In the film, the madder the Hulk gets, the stronger (and bigger) he gets. He was basically three sizes throughout the film: 9 ft, 12 ft and 15 ft.
A: Well, he's pretty strong. In the film, the Hulk can cover 3 to 4 miles in a single leap, can achieve speeds of up to 300 mph, has an impenetrable hide (8 to 10 times the strength of regular Kevlar and incredibly regenerative), is capable of lifting 100 tons, and finally, based on punching power and weight, the Hulk would be able to apply at least 14 tons of pressure per square inch to whatever he smashes.
A: Eric Bana was Bruce Banner in the film. The Hulk was a total CGI (computer generated image) creation. At least two body builders and Eric Bana himself contributed to the Hulk's final appearance.
A: No. There is no connection between the movie David Banner and the television David Banner other than the name.
A: The film was released in the United States and Canada on June 20th, 2003. For a list of International release dates, click here.
A: The DVD was released in the United States and Canada on October 28th, 2003.
A: Yes, but only for Regions 2-6. It was not released in the US or Canada. For more information on this great collector's set, click here.
A: While have been a many rumors online saying otherwise, according to Marvel's Official Q3 Results, the Hulk 2 is in development at Universal Studios for a 2006 release.
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