Details about Iron Man’s Cameo in The Incredible Hulk

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Everybody who is interested in comic book movies and has a movie blog have been talking about the upcoming cross-cover cameos by characters from the two upcoming Marvel movies, “The Incredible Hulk” and “Iron Man”. And with Marvel as the sole studio behind the two movies, there seems to be no obstacle to such a thing; in fact, why wouldn’t the two movies cross-over, would be the real question. So what does the star have to say about it? Here’s Robert Downey Jr. with his take.

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He managed to be a bit more forthcoming on the topic of his “Hulk” cameo, revealing the moment in question.

“It happens to be a scene where I basically approach [William Hurt’s character, General Ross], and we may be considering going into some sort of limited partnership together,” Downey stated.

Adding, Downey said, “The great thing is he — and I don’t want to give too much away — but he’s in disrepair at the time I find him. It was really fun seeing him play this really powerful character who’s half in the bag.”

So there you go. Iron Man, in his civvies, shows up in “Hulk”. This pretty much confirms what Hurt told MTV a while back.

Details about the Hulk-Iron Man Movie Crossovers

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  • James

    There was a scene at the end of iron man after the credits where Nick Fury (played by Samuel L Jackson) turned up at Tony Stark’s proclaiming that he wished to talk about “The Avengers Initiative” – Tony then goes to talk to Ross at the end of “the Incredible Hulk” with Thor being made maybe it will be Ross that seeks him out and passes on the message. Their just trying to keep a close knit continuity unlike the DC “justice League” movie that seems to be steaming ahead without any care about tying it all together.