Sequel Trilogy

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Star Wars Sequel Trilogy
... The Star Wars sequel trilogy is the upcoming third trilogy in the Star Wars space opera film series created by George Lucas ... The trilogy was planned around 1975 by Lucas, who initially said that he wanted to do four trilogies of films ... that he would eventually continue the saga, starting with the prequel trilogy ...
The Roman Mysteries - Sequel Trilogy
... In 2008 a sequel trilogy for young adults was proposed, with the main characters being Jonathan's 14 year old orphaned twin nephews ... The working title for the trilogy was the Flavian Trilogy, with individual stories "Brothers of Jackels", "Companion of Owls" and "Prey of Lions" ...
Star Wars Sequel Trilogy - History - Abandonment of Sequel Trilogy (1997–2012)
... that it was unlikely that he would make the sequel trilogy ... Edition press conference Lucas remarked, "Everyone said, 'Well, are you going to do sequels to the first three?' But that was an afterthought I don't have scripts on those stories ... Skywalker later on.' It wouldn't be part of the main story, but a sequel to this thing." In an online Q A hosted by Leonard Maltin and published in December 1997, Lucas was asked "Will we ...
Star Wars - Theatrical Films - Production History - Sequel Trilogy
... The sequel trilogy was a reportedly planned trilogy of films (Episodes VII, VIII and IX) by Lucasfilm as a sequel to the original Star Wars trilogy (Episodes IV, V and VI) released ... While the similarly discussed Star Wars prequel trilogy (Episodes I, II and III) was ultimately released between 1999 and 2005, Lucasfilm and George Lucas have for many years denied plans for a sequel trilogy ... about the upcoming Star Wars The Clone Wars, Lucas maintained his status on the sequel trilogy "I get asked all the time, 'What happens after Return of the Jedi ...

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    Though the Jazz Age continued it became less and less an affair of youth. The sequel was like a children’s party taken over by the elders.
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