Don't expect to see a lot of images from the anticipated "Star Wars" panel at Comic-Con on social media.
The panel is apparently so secretive that security is going around telling fans no photos are allowed to be taken inside the room during the event.
Some security guards are telling the crowd no cellphones or laptops can be on during the panel, including ours. Hopefully this is not true.— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) July 11, 2015
But, we do know that Disney is very keen about keeping footage from its panels under lockdown to prevent leaks.
How do you stop a room full of over 6,500 people from taking photos?
With night vision goggles, of course.
@HallHLine lots of guards in suits w night vision glasses. Something big must be about to be shared in here. Announcements above & beyond.— Classy (@classynfun1) July 11, 2015
However, that hasn't stopped press members from tweeting out images of what's been appearing on screen during the anticipated panel.
Update: It sounds like fans were finally given permission to take some sort of photos from the panel.
The "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" panel is currently underway.
We'll have more to come!