One terminal hospice patient whose dying wish was to see the upcoming "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" sequel with his son, ahead of the film's projected December 20 release date, will see his dream come true, Disney confirmed on Thanksgiving.
The hospice said: "This is our most desperate hour".
Luckily the tweet was picked up by Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger and he helped facilitate an early screening of the film after asking for the "necessary details" adding: "We will certainly try". "During what is just a awful situation to be in, you have helped to make some wonderful memories and bring some joy to my family", the patient said in his statement.
'The only way I can describe this to you is to say that this must be what it feels like to be told you have won £1 million'.
On Tuesday, Rowans Hospice tweeted about the patient's love for Star Wars, hoping that if enough people saw the message it could potentially get to Disney executives.
"There is such joy today but everyone's eyes are glistening with the sadness of it - it's wonderful and sad in similar measure".
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'I still can't believe it.
The man, who does not want to be identified, said: 'I just want to say the biggest thank you to everyone that has helped to make this happen.
The final installment of the nine-part saga - The Rise Of Skywalker - is due for release in USA cinemas on December 20.
A man from Disney showed up with a laptop that had the movie on. "His wish is to see the final Star Wars film #RiseOfSkywalker with his young son".
"The response from everyone, including the Star Wars community, has been absolutely phenomenal over the last few days", representatives of the hospice said in a statement.
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).