With our heads still spinning after the $4 billion acquisition Disney just made of Lucasfilm (and Star Wars,) we are now privy to a video of director George Lucas who will now serve as a mere creative consultant going forward. He elaborates a bit on the future of Star Wars for the most part as opposed to his newfound wealth.
Apparently, he already had story treatments for the next three Star Wars movies which he handed over for now-President Kathleen Kennedy. According to Lucas, the primary driver of all this was so the franchise could live on despite his retirement.
The current plans from Disney are to release Star Wars: Episodes 7-9 starting in 2015 with two-three year breaks between each installment, and develop Star Wars themed programming for Disney XD as well as additional attractions for their Parks division. In terms of Indiana Jones, nothing has been set in stone just yet, but current agreements with Paramount for distribution place that property on the back burner for now.
Update: Another video! This one has Disney CEO Bob Iger in it as well.