Watch the Star Wars Celebration live stream

Even if you were far, far away from Orlando, you can feel like you were right there at the annual Star Wars Celebration. We've got tons of streams of the event below.

It's a big year for the franchise, marking the 40th anniversary of Episode IV: A New Hope, and Lucasfilm is celebrating in a big way. Keep up with all the action via the stream above.

The event kicked off Thursday with the star-studded "40 Years of Star Wars" panel. Hosted by Warwick Davis (otherwise known as the Ewok named Wicket in Return of the Jedi), it started with a behind-the-scenes look at the first movie.

Davis then brought out none other than George Lucas himself, who explained that the original Star Wars is "a film for 12-year-olds" and that he created A New Hope as a sort of guide to adulthood. "You're about to enter the real world," he said. "You're moving away from your parents. You're probably scared, you don't know what's going to happen. Here's what you should pay attention to: friendships, honesty, trust, doing the right thing. Living on the light side, avoiding the dark side."

After appearances by Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and other members of the Star Wars family, Lucas and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy introduced a tribute to the late Carrie Fisher. "She was that character; very bold, very smart, very tough," Lucas said. "She wore a dress through the whole thing, but she was the toughest one in the group. She'll always be the princess who took command and never backed down."

If you missed the live stream of the panel, we've got it below, as part of the full stream from the first day of the event.

But the biggest reveal of the weekend took place on Friday, when director Rian Johnson unveiled the first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and we've got the amazing first look below. It took part during an informative panel featuring Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and newcomer Kelly Marie Tran. You can also watch that panel below.

Saturday served up a double dose of exciting announcements. Co-creator and director Dave Filoni revealed a new trailer for Star Wars Rebels, and confirmed that Season 4 would be the show's last. Later in the day, executives from Criterion, DICE, Lucasfilm, and Motive Studios executives unveiled the first official look at the upcoming action-shooter game, Star Wars: Battlefront II. If you missed the action live, you can catch it below in the Day 3 stream below.

In the meantime, find out why The Last Jedi will be better than you think.