This listing of Julian's projects is in chronological order, from most recent (some currently in production) to earliest. Immediately after each title and date is the name of the character Julian played. Completed projects with additional information, images and/or commentary on this site will have a following the entry. Clicking on this symbol will bring you to a page for that specific project.
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Projects currently in production:
(in production in 1999-2000?) (exact Status Unknown): Mike
Figgis' latest film. Uses cutting-edge digital technology and
experimental filmmaking techniques. Also cast: Saffron Burrows and
Projects with unknown status:
(in production in 1998) (Status Unknown): a
drama, directed by William Nagle, filming in the U.S., with James
Cromwell, Martin Landau, Robert Patrick and Julian in the top roles.
Projects Soon to be Released:
None at this time.
Projects Completed and in Limited Release:
None at this time.
Loss of Sexual Innocence
and The Loss of Sexual Innocence
(in limited release in US 5/28/99, released in US on DVD in December
1999 - Mike Figgis, Director)...Nic -
updated information also in the Career News area.
Miscellaneous (non-film) Projects:
I found an audio book where Julian is the narrator! Interestingly, it's a audio guide to and telling of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein! (Talk about appropriate!) Indeed, some of the information goes precisely into the events that are depicted in Gothic. And the audio cassette with informational booklet is available for purchase at a modest price.
Various items related to: Settings, Directors, Foreign Travel & Food
Some unconfirmed rumors:
An Internet search turned up a reference to a 1996 episode of the animated series Johnny Quest which listed Julian Sands as a guest voice, voicing a character named Kreed, in Episode 29 called "Race Against Danger". The episode first aired 12/16/96. The plot synopsis: "Race has to cross an obstacle course where he set the record for Special Forces recruits -- but there've been some modifications since he was last there." Of course I've got no other sources, let alone confirmation that this was our Julian, but it's an interesting tidbit!
Additionally, I have seen a few references to Julian having been cast (role unknown) in 1997 big-budget sci-fi movie Sphere. I have found nothing to confirm that the rumor was true (and there were a multitude of rumors regarding casting for that film), let alone to indicate (assuming that the rumor was true) what happened.
I also located a reference to a film called Michael Angel which was apparently in development in 1996. An entertainment business site listed the project as a thriller, running 110 minutes, American produced, directed by William Gove, produced by Shimon Arama and with a cast including Julian Sands, Peter Green and Donald Sutherland. The site lists the film's budget at $3.2 million (a tiny, tiny amount in the world of film), and an expected delivery date of November 1997. The plot synopsis was: "The murder of a Jesuit sister draws him in search of a man possessed by similar passions." This may have merely been some producer and/or writer's idea of what might be, but I've heard no other information regarding the production.
Finally, though I haven't seen anything indicating that Julian participated in the project, there is a video game out for the Sega Saturn and Nintendo Super NES systems based on Warlock. While I can handle seeing Julian's (vividly-portrayed) evil character tortured and killed (repeatedly) in the films, there's something a little macabre about a tiny animated Julian being the object of murderous video intent time and time again (and in nearly endless ways!) as long as your joystick holds out....
anything about Julian Sands, individual projects, or anything at all!
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