Disney lets dying fan see 'Rise of Skywalker' before it's too late

Disney lets dying fan see 'Rise of Skywalker' before it's too late

Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker: Dying fan gets early screening

A dying man and his family have been allowed to watch the new Star Wars film before it goes on general release.

Rowans Hospice in Hampshire, England, took to Twitter on Tuesday to make the plea on behalf of one of its patients, saying "time is not on his side" for mid-December, when the movie is scheduled to be released in the UK.

The hospice said: "This is our most desperate hour".

He told Press Association: "I just want to say the biggest thank you to everyone that has helped to make this happen".

Bob Iger, Chairman & CEO of Disney, had agreed for a special screening of Star Wars film for a dying patient to watch with his son. "May the force be with you and with us all!"

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He added: "During what is a such a disgusting situation to be in, you have helped make some wonderful memories and bring some joy to my family".

With that level of demand, it should come as no surprise that leaks and even the smallest tidbits of new revelations are being pounced on to get a sense of what's to come (given that LucasFilm has historically tried to operate as a black box when it comes to spoilers about new Star Wars flicks, going to great lengths to preserve their secrets). I still can't believe it.

Just three days after the request was made on Twitter, the Rowans Hospice patient and his family became the first fans to see the conclusion to the Skywalker Saga.

"There is such joy today but everyone's eyes are glistening with the sadness of it - it's unbelievable and sad in similar measure".

The patients wife added: "We are truly humbled by everyone's support". Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving to you, your family & your colleagues.

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'From a simply conversation, to witnessing the out pouring of generosity has been fantastic.

Health care support worker Lisa Davies, who works with the patient, said: "The response from everyone, including the Star Wars community, has been absolutely phenomenal over the last few days".

'Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this happen. We will be forever grateful for these wonderful memories'.

In a tweet they added: 'We were joined by Stormtroopers, wookies and droids and a brilliant time was had by all'.

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