Nope. These images come from the fascinating opening credits montage of Ang Lee’s Hulk (2003) examined by Rob Humanick here. (See also, Erich Kuersten’s piece below.) Humanick rightly considers Lee’s film to be “almost great.”
So why did Marvel feel it needed to “reboot” the Hulk franchise only 5 years later with a “new” more kid-friendly version starring Ed Norton? Could this be the latest studio policy (following in the footsteps of Batman) where every superhero story gets at least two film versions, one for the adults and one for the kids? If so, when are we going to get an “adult” version of The Fantastic Four?