Disney isn't known for being edgy. The Star Wars prequels would have been fantastic if directed by Quentin Tarantino or Peter Jackson or the guys who did Sin City or any other director who could turn the movies into something for adults. The prequels were ok, but Star Wars didn't grow up with its audience in the same way that the Harry Potter movies grew up with their audience.
Actually, I want a reboot of the entire series done in an edgy dark way where Darth Vader uses the force to rip limbs off subordinates (in extremely bloody ways) when they lose the Falcon or come out of lightspeed too close to Hoth. I want Luke to be a naive kid who is forced to witness the horrible slaughter (on screen) of his uncle Owen and aunt Beru. Obi Wan should be grizzled and angry. Perhaps he'd slap Luke whenever he whined. Han Solo wouldn't just shoot first, he'd shoot to wound, dodge the shot from Greedo, then rip Greedo's head off with his bare hands. Boba Fett would leave a trail of bodies in his wake as he followed Luke. When the Death Star destroyed a planet we'd get personal views from the surface as people were baked alive then exploded.
The thing is, what I've described pretty much leaves the plot unchanged. We just get to see the same events in a darker light.
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that Disney will not deliver what I want.
This sort of thing is EXACTLY why we need to make copyright much shorter. We need serious reboots of Star Wars done by lots of directors. We'd all get the version of the movies that we wanted.