This is from the thread @darthboba locked (I got permission to repost with a more specific thread title): "I found out a lot on Wookieepedia about how much GL's idea for Star Wars has changed since 1976/1977, including how in early interviews he said Star Wars was the first film chronologically and he wanted to do 12 of them. But I put on my A New Hope DVD with audio commentary last night, and during the crawl, Lucas is talking about how he wanted to put Episode IV: A New Hope in there originally but the studio told him not to because it would confuse people. So is he just outright lying in the commentary? Or is Wookieepedia making up stuff?" I'm really interested in exactly when "Star Wars" became "Episode IV: A New Hope" and what George Lucas had to say about how many movies there would be and where "Star Wars" fell into the bigger picture before that change was made official. Please share your wisdom! If someone has a rant about how many times GL has changed his mind/story, that counts!