By Julian Shen-Berro
George Lucas, owner of one of the most successful independent production companies of all time, sold out to Walt Disney Studios on October 30, 2012. Lucasfilm, responsible for the legendary Star Wars and Indiana Jones sagas, is now under new ownership and an abundance of new movie plans have already been announced. Following the completion of the deal, the plan to film Star Wars Episodes VII, VIII, and IX was revealed. These movies will expand upon the already–completed storyline of Episodes IV–VI in ways which could ruin the overall experience of the saga.