Disney CEO’s slip of the tongue reveals big secret

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SAN FRANCISCO — During Disney’s annual shareholders’ meeting on Thursday, CEO Bob Iger mistakenly revealed a big secret.

Iger reportedly revealed they are planning to rename Hollywood Studios.

According to Disney Fanatic, a kid asked Iger if they were planning on renaming Hollywood Studios. He replied, “No… Well we are doing a lot of work there that may result in a name change; wait we haven’t announced that yet have we? Can we announce that? OK how about this, we will confirm we will be changing the name of the park, but not tell you the new name, we will announce that later.”

This is not the only big news to come out of the shareholders’ meeting. The long-rumored sequel to Frozen, the highest-grossing animated film of all time, was also confirmed by Disney.

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