Following the announcement from Disney that they had acquired Lucasfilm and planned on making at least three more big-screen Star Wars sequels, George Lucas and producer Kathleen Kennedy (who's heading up the whole Star Wars operation) sat down for a discussion about what to expect from the new movies, as well as why they decided to continue telling Star Wars stories on the big screen.
Apparently we're going to get multiple episodes of this discussion, and here is part two. In this three-minute clip, Lucas and Kennedy talk about hiring writers and what they're looking for in a director. Lucas admits that, as a consultant, his role will largely revolve around the script process, helping writers fill in gaps in the Star Wars story and stuff like that.
Watch both parts below, with the newest one on top.