Iron Man launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe in style and The Incredible Hulk followed a few short months later.
Unfortunately, the movie didn't receive the same overwhelmingly positive critical and commercial response, making it something of a black sheep in the Marvel Studios family. Not helping matters was the backstage drama that ensued with star Edward Norton.
He'd later walk away from the role, opening the door to Mark Ruffalo taking over as Bruce Banner four years later in The Avengers (becoming an MCU mainstay in the process).
The 2008 blockbuster has rarely been referenced by Marvel Studios, though that finally changed in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Several characters from the movie will also return in next year's Captain America: Brave New World with the prevailing theory being that it's going to set the stage for a World War Hulk project.
While The Incredible Hulk was made available on HBO Max early last year, Disney+ has announced that the movie will finally be added to its streaming platform starting tomorrow.
This is great news, especially for newer MCU fans who may not have had the chance to watch the Jade Giant's solo outing before now. While by no means perfect, there's a lot to enjoy about the blockbuster, including an epic battle between The Hulk and Abomination (which was a key plot point in She-Hulk).
Marvel Studios teamed up with Universal Pictures to make the movie, and it's because of that we haven't seen the Jade Giant take centre stage in his own movie since. The two sides clearly reached an agreement to bring The Incredible Hulk to Disney+, though, so here's hoping it stays there.
Check out the announcement below.
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