Incredible Hulk Villain Cast

Published 8 years ago by , Updated February 9th, 2012 at 9:24 pm,

tim roth Incredible Hulk Villain CastTim Roth has been cast to play the human version of the villain not-to-be-named the Abomination in the upcoming reboot: The Incredible Hulk.

Roth’s character will be called Emil Blonsky, a Russian scientist who craves the Hulk’s power and purposely subjects himself to a higher doese of the gamma radiation that accidentaly turned Bruce Banner into his mean, green alter ego. Roth certainly has a cool villain look about him, but despite the fact that he looks amazingly familiar, I was looking over his film history at IMDB, and although the guy has done a ton of movies I couldn’t find one that I remembered him from until it finally dawned on me why I recognized him: The movie that put Quentin Tarantino on the map… Reservoir Dogs.

The Incredible Hulk opens on June 13, 2008.

Source: Superherohype (via Heath at the Invincible Iron Man forum)

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  1. vic u havent resantly been replying to my comments but owell its ur site ur rules. any way great guy to play abomination gonna love the new hulk seems like they are putting effort into this one

  2. Hey Gary,

    Sorry bro, I don’t have the time to reply to every single comment posted here, although I do appreciate you adding your thoughts!!

    Best,

    Vic

  3. thnxs

  4. Kel,

    Man, I kind of hope that they gloss over the origin and just get on with the story. Hopefully this reboot will turn out to be less of a Shakespearean drama than the Ang Lee’s version. :-)

    Vic