Disney has announced that this year's annual Star Wars Celebration fan event will be live streamed from California's Anaheim Convention Center via Starwars.com, and it's expected to premiere footage from Star Wars: The Force Awakens as well as a second trailer for the upcoming film.

The live stream will kick off at 10am PST (6pm UK time), but because there is this little thing called the internet, several exclusive bits from the event and trailer have already leaked online. The trailer, for instance, is thought to feature Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher reprising their roles as Han and Leia, and website Making Star Wars has even posted a "leaked" list of events featured in the trailer.

Another website, called Dork Side of The Force, posted leaked audio from the trailer, while a third website, called Star Wars Underworld, spotted the new and slightly different stormtrooper design, which you can check out in the gallery above. The leaked picture appears to be cropped from the official programme for Star Wars Celebration, which kicks off today and runs through the weekend.

And finally, some promo art for the film has allegedly surfaced on Twitter, which you can also check out in the gallery above. It supposedly gives a first, complete look at lead villain Kylo Ren, though we still can't tell who is playing the character. If all of that gets you excited, tune into the live stream at 10am PST. It will even include a live discussion panel with director J.J. Abrams.

Disney is expected to make the film's second trailer available online shortly after the live stream, but keep in mind the company hasn't confirmed anything other than the live stream event. We will update this article when and if the trailer releases.

UPDATE 1: We've embedded the live stream below.

UPDATE 2: You can watch the second trailer for The Force Awakens here.