It's finally here!

Disney and Lucasfilm have premiered the much-anticipated second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the upcoming seventh installment in George Lucas' epic space saga. The two-minute long clip is a teaser trailer - just like the first trailer that debuted months ago - and most notably shows Harrison Ford and Chewbacca reprising their roles, among many other things.

The trailer premiered at this year's annual Star Wars Celebration fan event, which features a discussion panel with director J.J. Abrams. The entire event is being live streamed from the Anaheim Convention Center via Starwars.com, and many people expected Disney to premiere footage and a new trailer from The Force Awakens at the event as well as post the trailer online afterward.

The new Star Wars film, which is scheduled to premiere in December, is set approximately 30 years after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983). Unlike the film's first trailer that only introduced new characters played by John Boyega and Daisy Ridley, the second trailer gives a first look at some new and original cast members, including what appears to be a hooded Luke Skywalker.

You can watch the trailer below. If you'd like to see what else Disney might unveil at Star Wars Celebration, check out the event's live stream here.