Trivia: When General Ross is drinking at the bar, his drink is made up of equal parts of Hennessy, Cognac and Hypnotiq liqueur. The name for this drink is an "Incredible Hulk."
Trivia: Originally, the only line the Hulk was going to have was saying Betty's name. However, Letterier noticed that fans wanted the Hulk to have more lines so he added "Leave me alone" and "Hulk Smash."
Trivia: The news clip mentioned a campus magazine reporter called Jack McGee who had witnessed the Hulk assault in the grounds. This is a nod to the TV series where David Banner was pursued by an investigative reporter of the same name.
Trivia: During the creation of Abomination, the doctor performing the procedure gets some infected blood in a cut on his head and his head starts to pulsate. This looks like it will be a set up for the Leader to appear. The Leader is a character with enhanced brain power but ordinary strength.
Trivia: Stan Lee (Stanley Martin Lieber), the original creator of this comic book hero, has his usual cameo role in this movie. He's the guy who drinks the gamma contaminated soda from the fridge.
Trivia: The green cross, projected onto Dr. Banner's forehead, is exactly the same as the one from the original TV series.
Trivia: In the scene in the hotel Betty throws Bruce a pair of large purple shorts she has bought. This is a nod to the comic where the Hulk always wore large purple shorts.
Trivia: In addition to the large purple stretchy shorts already mentioned, Betty came back with a lumberjack style shirt, which she put on herself - a nod to the TV series where David Banner often wore one of these ahead of the rip scenes.
Trivia: Aside from Lou Ferrigno appearing in the film, there are other nods to the TV series such as the piano song about 1/4 of the way through the film(when Dr Banner is walking the streets) and when Dr Banner and Dr Ross steal the truck, it's a 70's model F-150 which Dr Banner also drove in the TV series, albeit a different colored one.
Trivia: Near the end of the film, Bruce Banner falls from a helicopter, transforming into the Hulk just before hitting the ground. This is a reversal of a scene from the TV movie "The Death of the Incredible Hulk" in which the Hulk falls from an airplane, transforming back into Banner just before hitting the ground.