"We totally appreciate that Disney have had to move mountains to make this happen".
They continued, "Sadly, time is not on his side for the 20th December".
On Thanksgiving, the patient was able to see "Star Wars: "The Rise of Skywalker when ".a very nice man named Jonathan from Disney turned up.with a laptop that had a very important movie on it", Rowans Hospice said.
"The reaction to Star Wars, the increased attacks, the increased negativity, the fandom menace as they call it, you know, that is not unique to Star Wars, obviously".
"May the force be with you and with us all!" he added.
The hospice said: "This is our most desperate hour".
"For me, I hope - and I'm sure naively - we can return to a time where we give things a bit more latitude". Top man, ' the man claimed. And amazingly, Disney CEO Bob Iger jumped into action.
"Contact @Disney. They are the only ones who can make this happen", wrote the actor. She thanked the massive Star Wars community and talked of fans visiting them, sending messages and sending out gifts to support the family. May the force be with you #WeAreTheSpark'.
The Rise of Skywalker is scheduled to be released worldwide on December 20.
Walt Disney company chief executive Robert Iger got in touch the next day, replying: "Please provide me with the necessary details and we will certainly try".
His wife also took the time to thank Disney as well, calling the response to their wishes "truly mind-blowing".
Rowans Hospice says they are "utterly speechless" that Disney made this happen and can not thank the company enough for doing something so "absolutely phenomenal".
The patient's statement said: "During what is a such a frightful situation to be in, you have helped make some wonderful memories and bring some joy to my family". Luckily for Star Wars fans, her appearance in the final film of the new trilogy was made from using previous footage that was cut from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. And though we still don't have an opening date for this new film, a new sign has been installed where the entrance to this new film-based attraction will eventually go, which is hopefully a sign that we'll see an opening soon!
'I still can't believe it.
"I just want to say the biggest thank you to everyone that has helped to make this happen".
"We are truly humbled by everyone's support".