John Boyega made the day of a young fan who is battling a brain tumor.
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The two not only got a chance to meet, but Boyega brought along two lightsabers for fun. Bell was dressed for the occasion, wearing a miniature Stormtrooper outfit.
Boyega posted photos of the special meeting on Twitter, saying: "This little stormtrooper Daniel had a wonderful wish after seeing the force awakens. Daniel thank you."
This little stormtrooper Daniel had a wonderful wish after seeing the force awakens. Daniel thank you ?? pic.twitter.com/EXS6B168Jr— John Boyega (@JohnBoyega) March 14, 2016
Still, they just didn't have fun. According to the Rays of Sunshine children's charity, who arranged the meeting, Bell wanted to help Boyega pass out toys to other sick children in the hospital.
"[Boyega]...helped Daniel fulfill his wish of brightening the lives of other seriously ill children when he visited The Royal London Hospital and delivered them some toys," the organization wrote on Facebook.
Bell's mother, Rosalind, also expressed her gratitude on the social network.
"Thank you so so much Rays of Sunshine and John Boyega for granting Daniel's wish to meet Finn and take toys to the hospital," she wrote Saturday. "It was just amazing, I have no words! Daniel is still totally overwhelmed, I have never seen him so happy."
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