Julian’s “Wandavisions” release date is March 20, 2018

Julian Smith has been working on his next big thing for a while now.

His first venture, the Wandavisions, has a crowdfunding campaign, a few weeks ago it reached $100,000 in funding, but that’s not enough to get a proper physical release date.

Today, he’s announcing that the company is going to release a physical version of the game by the end of March, at which point, Smith will have to pay for the first week’s supply of the box. 

Julian Smith’s “Jules and Julia” release is March 25, 2019, on the official Wandavision site.

It looks like he’s not just going to be releasing the game on the physical site, he wants everyone to know it’s coming.

You can watch the announcement live here, but here are a few highlights from the announcement video: The Wandavison was created by Julian Smith and Julia Green, and was designed by Julian’s wife, Julia, as a companion piece to the film Jules and Jim, based on the life of the writer-director.

The film was released in 2017.

The movie was based on a short story by Jules Watson, who was also the editor-in-chief of the magazine The Times Literary Supplement. 

A big part of this project was Julian’s passion for film, and he was inspired by Jaws, where he said, “I wanted to make a film that would tell the story of a shark and what that meant to him, and what the relationship between the ocean and the human psyche is.

I wanted to be the first to take that story and make it something that everyone would relate to.” 

Julius said that the film was inspired not only by the book but also the life and work of Jules, and that he felt the film could tell a story about what it means to be a shark, to be hunted and then to survive.

He said, “Jules was one of the great explorers of the 20th century.

He knew more about the oceans than any other person and he wrote his story in the most intimate way, about the people that he met along the way.” 

“In Jules’ story, you see what it’s like to be surrounded by sharks.

There’s a sense of helplessness.

It’s the kind of fear that makes you feel sick, but it’s a sort of pleasure that makes it worth it.” 

For the release date of the physical version, Julian said, they wanted to do things the right way.

“Julian was working on a film called Jules & Julia,” he said.

So that we can show them it, but also make it accessible and funny.” “

We want to make it available to people who may not be familiar with the film, or not know what the film is about.

So that we can show them it, but also make it accessible and funny.” 

The game is expected to launch this year.

If you’re interested in a copy, you can pre-order it at the Wandvisions website.

If that doesn’t work, you’re able to pre-purchase the physical edition.

You can see the full announcement below.

Image credit: Julian Smith