A dying man’s wish to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be coming true, thanks to fire departments and medics in the US.
Ron Villemaire has stage 4 colon cancer and is being cared for in a hospice in Bedford, New Hampshire, and is unable to get to a theatre and sit in a seat for the new Star Wars flick.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, his daughter made a public plea to ensure he gets to see The Last Jedi, with the Bedford and New Boston fire departments saying they’ll take him by ambulance to a theatre on Saturday and transfer him to a hospital bed.
Along with seeing the film, Villemaire, 69, will be joined by family and friends at the screening.
The 69-year-old is a US Air Force veteran and will be greeted by representatives to thank him for his service.
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Speaking to WMUR9 earlier this week, Ron said: ‘I would love more than anything to see it because I am a die-hard Star Wars junkie and I have been ever since the very first movie came out in ’77.
‘Oh my God, I’d do anything to be able to see that movie, anything. Nothing would make me happier. That would be something to take with me.’
He’s set for a superb Star Wars journey too, with The Last Jedi scoring rave reviews across the board.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is out in UK cinemas now.
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