This is probably not what you think. But, since I don't know what you think and that is irrelevant at this point, we can get down to business.
I've just added MVC 4 to an existing ASP.Net Web Forms project. There were a few quirks, especially with all the advice out there in regards to versions of MVC. So, here are some notes I wrote down during the process that can come in handy when performing the same exercise again.
Adding MVC 4A great start is this article here. However, this relates to older version of MVC so some adjustments are necessary. The section that relates to adding items to the web.config, in particular. Basically, all the 126.96.36.199 versions need to be replaced with 188.8.131.52. The modified contents are here.
If you are going to add new Views using Razor view engine, a Razor section needs to be added to web.config. In appSettings add this. Add the following code to appropriate sections (declaration in configSections add the Razor section itself) from here.
In Views directory there needs to be web.config. Check the contents here.