From the Indianapolis Star: Click here or read below. DOWNTOWN DIGEST: DANA KNIGHT Lucasfilm may team up with city again May 13, 2002 It could be a convention sequel. Organizers behind the scenes of the largest officially sanctioned "Star Wars" fan gathering in the world -- held in Downtown Indianapolis two weekends ago -- are considering a repeat in 2005. That's the year George Lucas' "Star Wars: Episode III" (full title not determined) is due to be released on May 25. "They're looking to come back. They've already asked us to keep those dates open," said Robert Bedell, president and chief executive officer of the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association. "Star Wars" Celebration II, which wrapped up May 5, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the original "Star Wars" movie and this week's release of "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones." Indianapolis got the nod as the Celebration II site because of its central location, large convention center and thriving Downtown area, according to Lucasfilm Ltd. officials who organized the event. When something is a success, why not go for a repeat?