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With principal photography having been finished up in London, the title was announced by Lucasfilm through Twitter and I agree with Screencrush, the best time to do this was just some random day, when I’m at work being busy and I get a breaking news e-mail from the fiancé. The title will here henceforth be known as TFA, or, Texas Faculty Association (you’re welcome — or sorry? — for the two or three strange website hits, Texas).

Here is Screencrush’s report (includes possible plot SPOILERS).

And some more of the usual amusing commentary and news from The Guardian.

Here are some fun rejected titles.

Is the title The Force Awakens as bland as they say? Awesome? Annoying? Not a big deal? My opinion is the same as with the Prequel titles: if the movies end up being bad, surely the titles are the least of our problems? If you didn’t like The Phantom Menace or Attack of the Clones movies, would a different title (and no other change) have made a big difference? Like the title or not, my level of optimism about the movie’s content and how much I will enjoy it has not changed, and I still look forward to it.

Also I’m not sure that this implies, as mentioned in the Guardian, that there will be either Jedi or Sith. Force-users most likely, but there can be kinds other than those two (those of us familiar with ex-canon know about “adepts” such as the witches of Dathomir; maybe there are similar types in the sequels. And you might consider Luke an adept before he became a Jedi. And he ended up being quite a different Jedi than the kind we saw in the Prequel trilogy. And so on.).

What I do have much stronger feelings about is my dashed hope that the title will be Jedi Nights, or, JN, a romance. But there are always the later movies!

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