Disney Lets Dying Fan To Watch 'The Rise Of The Skywalker' Before Its Release

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Disney decided to give its fan who is a patient at Rowan’s Hospital a chance to watch the franchise’s latest release after hearing it was their dying wish.

Written By Sounak Mitra | Mumbai | Updated On:

Disney decided to give its fan a chance to watch the franchise’s latest release ''The Rise of Skywalker'' after hearing it was his dying wish. Rowans Hospice decided to tweet Disney in the hope of helping the fan one last time. Rowans Hospice is a charity that provides special hospital care and support to people with life-threatening diseases. It took to Twitter to appeal the makers to grant this wish of the dying fan. Lisa Davies, a healthcare support worker who initially brought the patient's wish to the attention of the rest of the staff at Rowans, said she was "utterly speechless" hearing the news.

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About the movie

The Rise of the Skywalker is set to hit the screens in the UK on December 19. The film will release in India on December 20. It’s expected to be a big hit already with reports claiming it could gross an estimated $200 million ($155 million) at the box office. The movie stars John Boyega and Daisy Ridley and is helmed by JJ Abrams. Its the final movie in the sequel of the long-running Star Wars movie franchise, which was created by George Lucas in 1977.

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