The OT could get rebooted at some point, but I don't see the point of doing that any time soon. Superhero movies get rebooted in order to keep up with the times. The "Superman" films that had Christopher Reeve very obviously reflected the late 1970s and early-to-mid 1980s. The OT is timeless; it does not reflect any particular time. However . . . . . . maybe in 20 years or so, Hamill, Ford, Fisher, etc. will all be dead, and new generations may relate better to new actors playing the roles of Luke, Han, Leia, and so forth. If that happens, they could try remaking the OT, but even then I think it would be highly risky doing so. There is no way that a remake could ever have the same kind of response that the original films had. If the moviemakers weren't real careful and kept in mind the things that made the OT such a phenomenal hit, the entire remade trilogy could become a failure. It would still make a lot of money regardless, but the success or failure of something as big as a Star Wars movie can't be measured solely in terms of dollars and cents. Instead of remaking the OT, why not recast Luke, Han, and Leia but do original stories that take place around the OT time period? They could do movies that occur during or after the OT time period. I think that would be far less risky than remaking the OT. Just say no to an OT reboot!