IGN ponders the possibility of George Lucas making a third Star Wars trilogy:
"So let's say that Lucas decided to finally make these three films. How cool would it be to see Luke not only finally back in action, but also in true Jedi form, albeit as an aged, Ben Kenobi type? Certainly would be up for the role, and since Lucas controls his own destiny, so to speak, when making his films, he wouldn't be required by any studio to jettison Hamill for a more box-office ready star. Of course, if Lucas could draw back -- and judging by the state of Ford's career lately, he just might be able to -- that problem would be solved anyway (as long as Ford lost the grump factor for a spell). , though… well, she just doesn't fit the role anymore, does she? More Penny Marshall now than Leia, she's become sort of twisted if not evil."
While the Leia being Penny Marshall thing threw me, the article brings up some interesting points.
Would you be up for another go at the franchise?