The internet sure got excited at the premise of the Star Wars sub-titles being a sentence
The hype-machine always finds something to inflate, but there must be something more interesting than a sentence to garner attention.
I love what Disney is doing with Star Wars. They've given it a defined future, in terms of continuing the franchise with both continued and new stories. The idea of alternating years with the main plot is great and delving into "smaller" areas is very cool. That's enough to stoke me up.
The idea of guessing the what the latest trilogy's sub-titles will spell out seems kind of anticlimactic.Has the internet and prevalence of social media led fans to hone in on minutia rather than enjoying the big picture? I love Star Wars and vividly remember the day my Mom took me to Tyson's Corner to see the first film in the 70's. but a sentence fragment?
I want to read more of the books. If you haven't looked into the various novels, you may be surprised at how many there are! One of my favorite authors, Terry Brooks (Sword of Shannara series), wrote the Episode One novel from the 1999 film. Check out a few novels rather than the promise of an obtuse sentence... and play Atari today!