Lucasfilm have revealed that “the next chapter of the Skywalker saga” is to be titled Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Notably, the font colour has been tinted red, which is reminiscent of the red logo designed for Star Wars: Revenge of the Jedi, later known as Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. One theory is that the red and black is a clue to the coming return of the character known as Darth Maul, who – as of Star Wars Rebels – is still alive. Or the red could symbolise a darker tone, such as Rey’s path to the Dark Side. Rey is probably not “the last Jedi”, due to @StarWars’ choice to refer to Star Wars: The Last Jedi as “the next chapter of the Skywalker saga”, as well as Luke Skywalker having been the reason for the events of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens leading-into Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Luke Skywalker will also be the protagonist, according to director Rian Johnson. After the Knights of Ren destroyed Luke’s newly-trained Jedi, Luke has become the last threat to the First Order, making Luke “the Last Jedi”, which is probably also the reason for his exile – the First Order was so intent on finding him, after all. Luke is definitely “the Last Jedi”, or one of them anyway; the title could be partially referring to both Luke and Rey. If Luke trains Rey to become a Jedi, Luke and Rey are both “the Last Jedi”, plural.
There are also rumours that Star Wars: Episode IX will be titled Legacy of the Force.
At least it’s not Star Wars: Forces of Destiny.