As always with these kind of things, potential spoilers, so beware? What’s in a title anyway? The title for Episode VII, The Force Awakens, didn’t spoil a thing. If anything, it threw us off the scent of any spoilers. But this potentially leaked title, which as of this moment is just a rumor, seems to be far more to the point than TFA. The image below is purportedly a leaked image of a poster from the upcoming Star Wars Celebration 2016. Take a look.
I guess a few things need to be asked, namely, why is this already on display anywhere, 2 months prior to the planned Celebration? I’m chalking this up as a fake, as of now, but it’s interesting this landed so soon after the leaked Rogue One images (which Lucasfilm has asked sites to remove, so I won’t be posting them here), and the leaked description of what sounds like an epic fight scene in Episode VIII. Suffice it to say, there are plenty of outlets that leaks, rumors and spoilers can take shape, so this “could” be the actual title.
“If it looks easy to fake, it’s fake.” -Abraham Lincoln, 2015
Update: It’s been noted in the comments section by user alexigsworth that the titles for Act I in each trilogy are comprised of three words each (I. The Phantom Menace, IV. A New Hope, VII. The Force Awakens), and that Act II in each trilogy thus far has proven to be comprised of four words each (II. Attack of the Clones, V. The Empire Strikes Back). In this sense, since VIII is rumored to be titled Fall of the Resistance, that logic follows.
It must also be noted that each of the Act I titles are vague in meaning, and can be easily misinterpreted. Act II titles thus far denote a major change in the tide of battle/power. If the pattern were to continue with VIII, Fall of the Resistance also makes sense. This would, of course, make it even easier to come up with a believable fake title, because at that point all you need do is create four words that fit the patterns mentioned.