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Will George Lucas create a sequel series? He says that there is nothing after episode VI because that is when Darth Vader dies but why would he even allow for other people to continue the story line in books if he didnt have at least a slight interest? He even said he might be interested in a sequel series. Even if he didnt think it would be as big as the other movie saga's, he would be doing 2 good things: making money (always good), and making expanded universe fans happy. It is possible he let people write comics so he could see how a sequel series might play out and is now analyzing it to create a proper sequel series. Of course there is going to be a 15 to 20 year interval to get to the next generation like the previous films but eventually he should do it. With the Darth Vader dieing thing, isnt he just supposed to be the main character of the prequel series and luke is supposed to be the hero of the original series, then why not follow the life of luke like it should be.
As fragmentary as it is, most of what there is to be known about the Sequel trilogy is in its article. Beyond that lies only speculation, which is not this site's purpose. DD97Which bear is best? 14:37, December 16, 2011 (UTC)
There have been many books and video games set after the original trilogy. More then enough info about star wars after episode VI has been given to us through these games and books. There probably won't be more movies though, because the latest star wars canon has actively come through TCW, and TCW has really been a stain on star wars' reputation. I doubt another movie or tv series on uncharted territory would sit well with the general public. And that is why another star wars movie is unlikely. Happy holidays. brightfur (Questions or comments) 22:11, December 16, 2011 (UTC)