That's right, folks.

A year from now, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will be omnipresent, but for now, it's still a closely-guarded secret, and Disney decided today to lift the veil for the first time with a trailer that introduces us to plenty of new faces, and we'll have a discussion about it as soon as I've had a chance to watch it 300 times in a row.

Watch the trailer above so you can play along!

Okay... so I caught a little more sleep, then I watched the trailer a few more times, and my first thought is that there's something quietly revolutionary about having the first new face we see from this first new "Star Wars" film be that of John Boyega. And the second new face is Daisy Ridley? Yeah, I think I like this new world order for "Star Wars" right away.

If I was a betting man, I'd say that's Max Von Sydow we're hearing in voice-over. I'm also pretty sure that's Oscar Isaac piloting one of those X-wings.

By far, the most amazing thing about the trailer is that final shot of the Falcon swooping around. What makes it work is that the rest of the trailer focuses on the new. I'll be honest... I thought we were going to get something much more traditionally focused on the returning cast, using clips from other films, with maybe just a few little bits of new footage. Instead, the entire emphasis here is on the new except for that last shot, and that's exciting. There's a confidence to that which gives me some real hope that this is going to be way more than just an exercise in commercial nostalgia.

A respected critic and commentator for fifteen years, Drew McWeeny helped create the online film community as "Moriarty" at Ain't It Cool News, and now proudly leads two budding Film Nerds in their ongoing movie education.