Lucasfilm has recently registered a number of new Internet domain names that may hint or completely reveal titles of upcoming Star Wars standalone movies and/or TV shows.

When first discovered, it was believed that these could be Video Game titles, but as Lucasfilm recently teamed up with EA, and these titles did not come from EA, that is highly unlikely at this point (but still possible). All of these domains lead back to the official Star Wars website.

It is known that ideas for TV shows and future movies were already developed before Disney bought Lucasfilm in late 2012. Is it possible that we will see a Jar Jar Binks standalone movie called Gugan Frontier (also the name of a PC game that came out way back in 1999 for the release of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace)? Is there going to be a Cops-like animated series called Wookie Hunters. Check out the list.

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The Wolfpack does not refer to the three fellas in The Hangover. They are actually a team of Clone Troopers from the Clone War era, and its possible that they are being featured in an animated series. Order 67 refers to the expanded universe. Order 67 was a directive for the Third Jedi Order to enter into diplomatic relations with the New Sith Order.

What do you think? Does any of this excite you? Or are you deathly worried about the return of Gungans, specifically Jar Jar Binks, in Disney's new roll out of series and movies?

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