#7 The Old Republic
Arguably the best thing to happen to Star Wars once the prequels were underway, Knights of the Old Republic was launched by BioWare in an insane (and successful) attempt to tell new stories that were just as interesting as the Skywalker saga, if not more so.
The first game was a fascinating retread in some ways, but also incredibly epic in how it introduced a world filled with warring Jedi and Sith, along with the equally fun space battles and blaster-toting characters.
An “Old Republic” movie shouldn’t, in my opinion, graft completely from the games and MMO, but rather be a slew of new and interesting stories totally removed from the current events of the galaxy far, far, away. After all, setting a movie with new characters after the current trilogy led by Force Awakens is a bit awkward considering the stakes of that movie, and anything just before the prequels would also be in servitude of a galaxy we’ve already seen a lot of on the big screen.
In addition to spin-offs set in and around the main trilogies, it would be exciting to go into a Star Wars movie having no idea what’s going to happen or what has happened yet, similar to how New Hope dropped viewers into a galaxy that feels huge. The details are the details, but anything even close to the scale and scope of possibilities in Knights of the Old Republic is more than welcome.