Yes, it's another day and another Star Wars: Episode VII rumor, but at least this one isn't about who else is going in for a screen test. Back when Disney acquired Lucasfilm and the Star Wars rights it was made clear that included in the package were George Lucas' notes and treatments for a new trilogy. Not really a secret, even though some sites are now trying to make it sound like "exclusive" news that Lucas had been working on this for awhile. And if Lucas had gotten into the treatment stage, then it stands to reason he came up with a few titles.
According to Latino Review, the rumored titles for Episode VII are Return of the Sith and Rise of the Jedi. Both make a lot more sense than The Phantom Menace, and in general they fit the style of the other titles in the franchise. Neither is particularly inspiring, though, and they're vague enough to fit no matter what the plot turns out to be. We can pretty much assume the Jedi will rise and that the Sith will return at some point.
It could be worse. J.J. Abrams could have titled it Star Wars: Ghost Protocol, or Star Wars Into Darkness. Whatever it's ultimately called, look for the film to hit theaters in 2015.