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Granting a dying Star Wars fans final wish you see the upcoming Star Wars the rise of Scott Walker ahead of its release date this will be the final word story if from the trailer for the film due December nineteenth in the United Kingdom which simply may be too late for a patient now in hospice in Hampshire England hospice workers took to Twitter to make a plea to Disney to allow the special screening many others including mark Hamill himself offering their support Disney chairman Bob Barker saw this tweeted that the patient and his family will be given a special preview of the film leaving workers of the hospice they said under the speech the rest of us will get sued arises by Walker December twentieth