Take a gander at this, from Latino Review:
I was exclusively told that during [the time when George Lucas was working on story treatments for the sequels], it seems that George had two working titles for Star Wars: Episode VII that were competing in his mind: Return of the Sith and Rise of the Jedi! These working titles were turned over to the Disney Company through the sale, BUT, there is no guarantee whatsoever that Disney will use these titles for the movie.Try them out:
Episode VII - Rumors, Summaries And Speculation Galore!
Harrison Talks Episode VII To Total Film?
Behold, Donald Faison's Episode VII Audition Tape!
Ford & Cumberbach Talk Ep. VII On Graham Norton
Has Michael B Jordan's Episode VII Audition Been Confirmed?
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