Incredible Hulk, The (2008)

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The Incredible Hulk
Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Louis Leterrier
Release Date 2008
Language English
Studio Marvel Studios
Distributor Universal Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Bruce Banner Edward Norton
Betty Ross Liv Tyler
General Ross William Hurt
Emil Blonsky Tim Roth

The Incredible Hulk is the second feature film adaptation of the Marvel comic book series (the first being 2003's Hulk). Edward Norton stars as Bruce Banner, who goes into hiding as he tries to find a way to reverse the mutation that causes him to become the green beast. This film was directed by Louis Leterrier and is part of "Phase One" of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that includes Iron Man, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger and culminated in 2012's The Avengers.

The following weapons were used in the film The Incredible Hulk:



SIG-Sauer P226R

All of the soldiers in the movie use SIG-Sauer P226R (rail-frame) pistols as their sidearms. Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) uses his to shoot at Hulk and threaten Dr. Sterns, AKA Mr. Blue.

SIG-Sauer P226R 9mm
The soldier behind Blonsky is armed with a SIG-Sauer P226R.
Blonsky threatens Dr. Sterns with his SIG P226R
A close-up of the P226R being held on Samuel Sterns (Tim Blake Nelson).

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used by many of the New York City police officers during the final battle between Hulk and the Abomination.

Beretta 92FS 9mm
NYPD officers firing their Beretta 92Fs at the Abomination.

Glock 17

Glock 17s are also used by some of the New York City police officers.

Glock 17 9mm 2nd Generation
More NYPD officers, armed mostly with Glock 17s.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In the alternate opening of the movie, Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) walks on top of a glacier, and pulls out an older Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver. He aims the gun and cocks the hammer, only to transform into the Hulk, and crush the gun in his hand. This early Model 10 appears to have had the standard 4-inch barrel cut down to about 3-inches.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
Bruce pulls out the revolver.
Bruce cocks the hammer of his revolver.
Closeup of Bruce's revolver before he turns into the Hulk.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The weapon Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) carries during the commando operations is a heavily modified Heckler & Koch MP5A3 fitted with a tri-rail and a Surefire flashlight with a IR filter and cover. Apparently this and the other strike team with Blonsky have tranquilizer ammo loaded in their magazines before switching to live ammo (in the movie's universe, apparently they can swap between tranq and live ammo without modifying the weapon externally in any way).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 9x19mm
Blonsky prepares to enter Bruce's apartment in Brazil with his H&K MP5A3 ready.
Blonsky in the apartment with his MP5A3 at ease.
A close-up of the muzzle of Blonsky's MP5A3, showing off the accessories.
Blonsky firing his MP5A3 at Hulk in the soft drink bottling factory.

FN P90

An FN P90 is used by one of the commandos.

FN P90 5.7x28mm
One of the commandos pursuing Bruce with his FN P90 in hand.
The commando with the P90 firing at Bruce in the soft drink bottling factory

Heckler & Koch UMP

A Heckler & Koch UMP is used by one of the commandos (Greg Bryk). It has a straight magazine, so it's either the .40 S&W or the .45 ACP model.

Heckler & Koch UMP .45 acp
Blonsky leading the commandos into the factory; the one on the left behind him has an H&K UMP, either a .40 S&W or a .45 ACP model.

Assault Rifles


Nearly all of the U.S. military personnel in the movie use M16A2 and M16A4 assault rifles, and mostly the latter. A close inspection of many of the rifles reveals that they have the removable carry handles (which have been left on in the movie), which means they're M16A4s.

M16A2 - 5.56x45mm.
M16A4 5.56x45mm
U.S. soldiers firing at Hulk. The one on the left has an M16A2, the third and fourth soldiers with M16A4s, the second soldier has an M4A1
U.S. soldiers firing at Hulk. The one in the lower left has an M16A2, but the other two appear to have M16A4s, judging by the removable carry handles.
Hulk charges a group of soldiers who are firing their M16s at him.
A soldier unloads his M16A2 into Hulk's back as Hulk rips apart a Humvee.
Soldiers pursuing the Abomination in a Humvee; note the knobs on this soldier's M16 for the removable carry handle, indicating that the gun is clearly an M16A4.


M4A1 carbines are also used by the U.S. military personnel in the movie, and by one of the commandos in Brazil. During the shootout at the university, Blonsky briefly grabs an M4 dropped by one of the soldiers and empties it at Hulk futilely. All of the M4s in the movie seem to have the older-style stocks even though the 6-position stock is much more common today.

Colt M4 Carbine 5.56x45mm
One of the commandos firing at Hulk in the soft drink factory with a heavily kitted-out M4 Carbine.
A discarded M4 lying on the grass before Blonsky picks it up.
Blonsky takes aim at Hulk.
Blonsky fires the M4 at Hulk.

SIG SG-552

One of the commandos (Chris Owens) in the first confrontation with Hulk wields a specialized SIG SG-552.

SIG SG 552 5.56mm
The Commando (Chris Owens) with a SIG SG-552 prepares to breach Bruce's hideout in Brazil.
The commando (Chris Owens) chases after Bruce, while showing off his SG-552's kit.
The commando with the SG-552 fires at Hulk in the soft drink bottling factory.

Heckler & Koch G36C

A Heckler & Koch G36C is used by one of the commandos. The actor playing this particular commando is Al Vrkljan, who was also one of the movie's armorers. Mr. Vrkljan has also posted on IMFDB and provided much of the info on particular types of weapons seen here, for which IMFDB is extremely grateful!

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm.
The commando (Al Vrkljan) with the H&K G36C prepares to breach Bruce's apartment. Al Vrkljan was also one of the movie's armorers.
The G36C-toting commando blasts away at Hulk in the soft drink bottling factory.

Sniper Rifle

Steyr HS.50

A .50 BMG Steyr HS.50 long-range rifle is used by a military sniper to fire a tranquilizer dart at Bruce Banner in New York City.

Steyr HS.50 .50 BMG
The marksman prepares to fire his Steyr HS.50 at Bruce.

Machine Guns


During the battle at the university, an M240B general-purpose machine gun is fired at Hulk by one of the soldiers.

M240B 7.62x51mm NATO with newer style lower hand grip (designed to attach RIS rails via hex nut)
A soldier aiming an M240B at Hulk.
The soldier fires the machine gun at Hulk.

Browning M2

The Browning M2 heavy machine gun is mounted on Humvees in the film.

Browning M2 .50 BMG
A soldier manning a Browning M2 on a Humvee racks the charging handle before firing at Hulk.
A Humvee chasing after Hulk with an M2 on top.

GE M134 Minigun

Instead of using its M230 Chain Gun, an AH-64 Apache is seen firing a side-mounted GE M134 Minigun at the Hulk.

GE M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO.
An AH-64 Apache about to fire on Hulk with its side-mounted minigun. This scene also appears during one of Bruce Baner's hallucinations of the university battle.

Dillon Aero M134 Minigun

An M134 Minigun is mounted in the doorway of the CH-53 helicopter and fired at the Abomination unsuccessfully.

GE M134 with flash suppressor, 7.62x51mm
General Ross (William Hurt) orders the door gunner in the Sea Stallion to fire at the Abomination with his M134 Minigun. Note the GE barrel clamp.
The door gunner blasts away at the abomination with the Minigun. Note the DA barrel clamp/flash suppressor.
Betty Ross (Liv Tyler) shouting a warning to Hulk from the crashed helicopter; note that she's grasping the barrels of the Minigun with her bare hand. Considering that the weapon has just been firing on full-auto for an extended period of time, it would be impossible for her to do this in real life without badly burning her hand. And we are back to the GE barrel clamp.


DefTech 40mm multi-launcher

Some of the soldiers in the movie use Defense Technologies 40mm multi-launchers to fire at Hulk, including Emil Blonsky.

Defense Technologies 40mm multi launcher - 40mm
Two soldiers fire their multi-shot grenade launchers at Bruce while he's trapped in an overpass at the university library.
A close-up of the business end of one of the launchers.
Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) takes one of the launchers and fires HE grenades at Hulk.

Stark Industries Rocket Launcher (Nerf Titan Mockup)

The soldiers who are chasing the Abomination, realizing the futility of firing at him with their M16s, grab a Stark Industries anti-tank rocket launcher from the back of their Humvee, but this also proves useless, because the Abomination grabs the rocket from the air. The launcher is not based on any type of existing weapon, but is instead built from a Nerf Titan AS-V.1 toy with heavy cosmetic alterations, including a larger air tank, electrical components, and modified binoculars used as the launcher's scope. Ironically enough, Nerf released the Titan AS-1 with a green and silver color scheme with the Hulk Abomination Blaster set as a tie-in with The Incredible Hulk.

Nerf Titan AS-V.1 toy, with foam rocket removed from launching spigot.
Screen-used hero Stark Industries rocket launcher from The Incredible Hulk. Note the Stark Industries logo, which is hard to see in the film.
Two soldiers open up a case containing a (fictitious) RPG-type rocket launcher. Note that the top of the crate is also stamped with the Stark Industries logo, foreshadowing Tony Stark's appearance at the end of the film.
One of the soldiers fires the launcher.

M242 Bushmaster chaingun

What appears to be a 25mm M242 Bushmaster chaingun is seen mounted in a turret atop a Stryker LAV carrying General Ross.

M242 Bushmaster chaingun 25mm
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"Flashbang" Grenade

An "flashbang" grenade is used by one of the commandos during the soft drink bottling factory battle.

Hulk briefly pauses when one of the commandos throws a flashbang right at his feet.

See Also

Film Phase One Iron Man (2008)  •  The Incredible Hulk (2008)  •  Iron Man 2 (2010)  •  Thor (2011)  •  Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)  •  The Avengers (2012)
Phase Two Iron Man 3 (2013)  •  Thor: The Dark World (2013)  •  Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)  •  Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)  •  Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)  •  Ant-Man (2015)
Phase Three Captain America: Civil War (2016)  •  Doctor Strange (2016)  •  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)  •  Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)  •  Thor: Ragnarok (2017)  •  Black Panther (2018)  •  Avengers: Infinity War (2018)  •  Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)  •  Captain Marvel (2019)  •  Avengers: Endgame (2019)  •  Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)
Phase Four Black Widow (2021)  •  Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021)  •  Eternals (2021)  •  Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)  •  Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)  •  Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)  •  Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)  •  The Marvels (2022)  •  Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)  •  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)  •  Blade  •  Fantastic Four
Television/Web Phase Four (Disney+) WandaVision (2021)  •  The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021)  •  Loki (2021)  •  What If...? (2021)  •  Hawkeye (2021)  •  Ms. Marvel (2022)  •  Moon Knight (2022)  •  She-Hulk (2022)  •  The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022)  •  Secret Invasion   •  Ironheart   •  Armor Wars   •  I Am Groot
ABC Series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013-2020)  •  Agent Carter (2015-2016)  •  Inhumans (2017)
Netflix Series The Punisher (2017-2019)  •  Daredevil (2015-2018)  •  Jessica Jones (2015-2019)  •  Luke Cage (2016-2018)  •  Iron Fist (2017-2018)  •  The Defenders (2017)
Hulu Series Runaways (2017-2019)  •  Helstrom (2020)
Freeform Series Cloak & Dagger (2018-2019)

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