Scientist Bruce Banner (Edward Norton), cut off from the life he knew and the woman he loves (Liv Tyler), seeks a cure to his unique condition, which causes him to turn into a raging, green giant when he comes under emotional stress. While running from General Thunderbolt Ross (William Hurt) and the US Army, Banner comes close to a cure, but all is lost when solider Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) volunteers for an experimental procedure that turns him into a powerful, destructive monster. Now, the very same men who hunted for him must rely on Banner to control the creature within him and save the world from Blonsky's reign of terror. Directed by Louis Leterrier. With Tim Blake Nelson and Lou Ferrigno. Categories: Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Based on a Comic. Year: 2008.
Edward Norton in The Incredible Hulk
With four NYPD cops murdered in an ambush and a cop killer on the loose, Chief Francis Tierney, Sr. (Jon Voight) asks his son, Detective Ray Tierney (Edward Norton), to head up the investigation. Even though it looks like a routine drug bust gone wrong, Ray is reluctant to take the case because the fallen officers served under his brother, Francis Tierney, Jr. (Noah Emmerich), and brother-in-law, Jimmy Egan (Colin Farrell). As Ray delves deeper into the case, the evidence begins to lead him to unthinkable truths that force the family to choose between loyalty to the force or loyalty to one another. Directed by Gavin O'Connor. With Jennifer Ehle, John Ortiz, Lake Bell, Rick Gonzalez, Frank Grillo and Shea Whigham. Categories: Crime, Drama, New York. Year: 2008.
Edward Norton in Pride and Glory
In turn-of-the-century Vienna, Eisenheim (Edward Norton) is a gifted magician who falls in love with a woman (Jessica Biel) well above his social standing. When she becomes engaged to the Crown Prince (Rufus Sewell), Eisenheim uses his abilities to win her heart and, in turn, undermines the stability of the royal house of Vienna. Directed by Neil Burger. With Paul Giamatti. Categories: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller. Year: 2006.
Edward Norton in The Illusionist
After marriying hastily, Walter Fane (Edward Norton), an earnest, socially awkward bacteriologist, and his beautiful, but shallow wife, Kitty (Naomi Watts), leave London for China, where Walter works in a government lab. Discovering that Kitty has cheated on him, Walter gives her the choice of joining him on a relief effort to treat a cholera outbreak in a small inland village, or face divorce. The struggles of travel and rural life, help Walter and Kitty to see one another in a new light and reawaken their lost romance. Directed by John Curran. With Liev Schreiber and Toby Jones. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2006.
Edward Norton in The Painted Veil
Harlan (Edward Norton), a drifter who's convinced himself that he's a cowboy, makes a connection with Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood), a rebellious teenage girl who is growing up fast in the San Fernando Valley. When her father (David Morse) objects to the relationship, Tobe acts out and Harlan makes plans to take her away from her unhappy home life. Directed by David Jacobson. With Rory Culkin and Bruce Dern. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2005.
Edward Norton in Down in the Valley
During the Crusades, destiny comes to a blacksmith named Balian (Orlando Bloom) in the form of his long lost father, Godfrey of Ibelin (Liam Neeson), a Crusader briefly home to France from fighting in the East. Godfrey shows Balian the true meaning of knighthood and takes him on a journey across continents to the Holy Land. Directed by Ridley Scott. With Jeremy Irons, Edward Norton, Alexander Siddig and Eva Green. Categories: Action, Drama, History, War. Year: 2005.
Edward Norton in Kingdom of Heaven
After pulling off an amazing heist of millions in dollars of gold from a heavily guarded palazzo in Venice, Italy, criminal mastermind Charlie Croker (Mark Wahlberg) watches as his intricate plan falls apart when Steve (Edward Norton), a member of his own team, double crosses them all. After losing their gold and being left for dead, Charlie and his gang (Jason Statham, Seth Green and Mos Def) team up with their ex-leader's safe-cracking daughter (Charlize Theron) to beat Steve at his own game. Directed by F. Gary Gray. With Donald Sutherland and Fausto Callegarini. Categories: Adventure, Action, Crime, Thriller. Year: 2003.
Edward Norton in The Italian Job
After being busted by the feds for taking bribes from stage parents, children's television star Rainbow Randolph (Robin Williams) is fired and finds himself living on the streets. Taking Randolph's place is Sheldon Mopes (Edward Norton), a sappy, squeaky clean performer whose lovable fuscia rhinoceros, Smoochy, instantly captures the hearts of his young audience. As Smoochy climbs in the ratings, Mopes begins a relationship with network executive Nora Wells (Catherine Keener), and an increasingly embittered Randolph targets Smoochy to exact revenge and reclaim his status as America's sweetheart. Directed by Danny DeVito. With Danny DeVito, Jon Stewart and Harvey Fierstein. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2002.
Edward Norton in Death to Smoochy
In this biographical portrait of the Mexian artist Frida Kahlo (Salma Hayek), her famous works of art are woven into the story, demonstrating how her life of physical and emotional pain gave rise to her paintings. Against the backdrop of the political upheaval of the communist era, her passionate yet tumultuous relationship with her husband and fellow painter, Diego Rivera (Alfred Molina), becomes a source of angst and inspiration. Directed by Julie Taymor. With Mía Maestro, Antonio Banderas, Edward Norton, Ashley Judd, Roger Rees, Geoffrey Rush, Valeria Golino and Patricia Reyes Spíndola. Categories: Drama, Biography. Year: 2002.
Edward Norton in Frida
Jake Schram (Ben Stiller) and Brian Finn (Edward Norton) have been best friends since they were kids. When Anna Reilly (Jenna Elfman), a childhood friend who is now a beautiful corporate exective, comes into town, she reawakens old feelings and a long-standing rivalry between her two old pals. Complicating matters in this love triangle is that fact that Jake is now a Rabbi and Brian is a Roman Catholic priest. Directed by Edward Norton. With Anne Bancroft, Eli Wallach and Milos Forman. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2000.
Edward Norton in Keeping the Faith
The narrator (Edward Norton), a product liability evaluator and insomniac who is addicted to self-help groups, is liberated from his cookie-cutter, mail-order life after meeting Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), a sado-masochistic anarchist who runs a nationwide network of fight clubs. As their friendship grows, the narrator discovers that Durden is secretly plotting a series of calculated pranks and terrorist attcks in order to overthrow the capitalist system. As the narrator struggles with a decision between right and wrong, his relationship with a fellow self-helper (Helena Bonham Carter) begins to unravel, along with his grip on reality. Directed by David Fincher. With Meat Loaf, Jared Leto and Zach Grenier. Categories: Cult Classics, Drama, Thriller, Crime, Action. Year: 1999.
Edward Norton in Fight Club