|The Incredible Hulk (2008)||$134,806,913|
|World Trade Center (2006)||$70,278,893|
|The Bone Collector (1999)||$66,518,655|
|Love Actually (2003)||$59,696,144|
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Craig's songwriting credits include "I Don't Want A Lover" with Texas, "Satellites" with Big Dish and "Weather Storm" and "Sly" with Massive Attack. His distinctive orchestral work can be heard on various recordings by Madonna, U2, Passengers, The Future Sound Of London and The London Suede. He also composed and conducted the strings on the title music for the films "Goldeneye", "Batman Forever", "Mission Impossible" and has co-composed the original score for the highly acclaimed Baz Luhrmann film version of "Romeo and Juliet".
Craig has had three entries in the Edinburgh international film festival including "Close", the winner of the short film category. More recently he has composed the highly acclaimed "20 Movements", which was performed at the 1996 Edinburgh festival to rave reviews.
Craig is signed to Massive Attack's Melankolic label and "The Space Between Us", his first solo album, is an orchestral album for the modern era, full of beautiful, lush, sweeping strings and featuring guest vocals from Liz Fraser (Cocteau Twins) and Paul Buchanan (Blue Nile).
|The Great Gatsby|
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps|
|The Incredible Hulk|
|Elizabeth: The Golden Age (cocomposer)|
|World Trade Center|
|Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (unused score)|
|The Magdalene Sisters|
|The Quiet American|
|Kiss of the Dragon|
|Best Laid Plans|
|One Day in September|
|Plunkett & Macleane|
|The Bone Collector|
|Romeo + Juliet|