Trivia: At one point in the movie, when Bruce is walking on the streets at night, a song which has been popularly called Lonely Man is heard playing. This is the same song that was used at the end of every episode of the TV series The Incredible Hulk which starred Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno.
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: 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, its 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.
Trivia: The filmmakers decided to make the production environmentally-friendly, using hybrid vehicles on set, zero-or-low VOC paint and locally-sourced yellow pine to build the sets, among other measures. As such, it became the first blockbuster film to receive the Environmental Media Association's Green Seal, which is displayed during the end credits.
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Trivia: Bruce Banner is inexplicably called Bob for several issues of The Hulk comic books. This was a mistake on the part of Stan Lee who had a hard time remembering his characters names, presumably because he drew several superhero comic book series at the same time. It was later revealed that Bruce Banner's full name is Robert Bruce Banner.