After toasting other Disney executives atop their ivory castle, Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger announced plans for a reboot of the movie literally nobody asked for in the first place.
“We have learned from our mistakes in the past,” said CEO Robert Iger. “We have learned that people don’t want to see the cartoon version of American Indians living along side talking animals; they want to see it in real life. Because it happens in real life.”
The multi-billion studio also announced plans for Mel Gibson to take on the live action role of John Smith as he did for the voice acting, because he may know a thing or two about holding prejudicial views.