We will see the long-promised fourth Star Wars movie by the end of 1997. To be considered a YES, it must appear in general release (not just Cannes) and it must have some reasonable claim to being the related to the previous three Star Wars movies (i.e. same milieu, Lucasfilm production, etc.)
Standard ambiguity clause: If the wording is found to be ambiguous I will judge on the basis of the obvious intent. If the intent is ambiguous I will judge on the basis of precise wording. If both are ambiguous or if both are clear but conflict, I will look for a solution that causes the least damage to FX as a market and game.
The re-releases of the first trilogy don't count. TV movies (e.g. Ewok Adventure) don't count. Star Wars 1 will count if released before the end of 1997. Don't hold your breath.