On one hand, I appreciate the intent behind trying to de-spoiler TFA questions.
However, we don't have THIS deep and wide a level of hiding data for any of the older works, like the other 3 Star Wars films (Episodes 4-6) or Harry Potter.
Does it mean that at some point we will have an officially sanctioned effort to edit such questions (organized or not), so that they actually have a meaningful title? Doing so would benefit all future site users (as opposed to a very narrow - time wise - demographic who haven't seen TFA yet)?
Or will these titles languish forever with absolutely meaningless titles like:
"Why did this character do that vague thingy?"`
...on every single of hundreds of TFA questions?
If the answer is "Yes, we will sanction a cleanup", how will we know when that time comes? Some pre-determined time that elapses after the movie's release? A new Meta question with conclusive voting? Moderators making a decision and announcement? Users fed up with the useless titles organizing an independent tag clean-up, and starting the insurgent work at a volume which makes it clear there is a critical mass of intent?
 - Tangentially, personally, I think this level of de-spoilering is beyond ridiculous. If I don't want to have a work spoiled, I either technologically filter it out (like, SE's tag ignore feature), or simply mentally ignore anything pertaining to it. I don't demand that people butcher their GoT, or WoT, or DW questions on account of me not having bothered to consume that universe yet - it's my problem, not theirs </rant>. But that's not really germane to what I'm asking.