Hulk (2003), The Incredible Hulk (2008), The Avengers (2012), Thor: Ragnarok (2017)*, Black Panther (2018)*, Captain America: Civil War**(2016)*, The Avengers 2**(2015) *Available on Netflix **Available on Amazon Prime Streaming.
- 2008 – The Incredible Hulk
- 2003-2008 – The Marvel Animated Features:
- 1977-1997 – TV Series from which the live action movies were based. The series ran from 1977 to 1982, and its original broadcast run on CBS. It was later televised in reruns on ABC Kids Comedy Central and Nicktoons)
- 1982-1997 – various other cartoons featuring the character have aired including “The New Fantastic Four” (1994–1995), “Hulk Hoopz” (1996–1997), “Captain America & the Avengers” (1998–1999).
- 1978-1987 – several comic book mini series published by Marvel Comics.
Contrary to popular belief, there aren’t any Hulk movies.
In 2003 Marvel and Universal tried to make a movie based on the comic book The Incredible Hulk, but it never came into fruition. There was an animated television series in 1996 of that title, featuring a totally new design for the show’s Bruce Banner. But no movies.
In 2008 Marvel released The Incredible Hulk movie starring Edward Norton in theaters worldwide. It was well received by both critics and audiences alike and one of the only critically successful films on this list so far [only other one being Iron Man]. This film is what inspired Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige to pursue building a much more connected fictional universe with crossover potential between individual films from then on out