There's a new StarWars flick coming in 2015, set to compete with every other movie ever that's also coming out that year.
Details so far are scarce - we know there will be stars, there's a good chance there will be wars and J.J. Abrams is on board to direct. But now, word is breaking from site Talkbacker (which I've honestly never heard of before) on a possible subtitle for the upcoming smash hit.
And that is... A New Dawn.
And it's not outside the realm of possibility - it's as bland as previous efforts and it manages to reference the fact that this new movie will be a refresh while also hearking back to 1977's A New Hope.
It's also a total rumour at the moment, along with the constant casting rumours that keep cropping up online. Presumably, major roles are currently being filled for the production, which is set to star shooting in early 2014 in the UK. And there's mention in the same articlethat the sets being constructed there include the Millennium Falcon and a cantina you may recognise...
Again, this is all rumour and even if it was true, Abrams would deny it right up to the day of release - as he did with the reveal of Kahn in Star Trek Into Darkness.
Star Wars: Episode VII has a vague release date of 2015 but with the amount of post production required, and so much summer competition, we wouldn't be surprised if it slipped to the end of that year or into 2016.