It would mean that Bob Iger has done a huge u-turn since March when he said:
We almost got through the meeting! I thought you were going to say it’s the 60th anniversary of Peter Pan, I was kind of hoping for that. I said last year at our shareholder’s meeting that I had watched Song of the South again and, even though we’ve considered from time to time bringing it back, I didn’t think it was the right thing for the company to do. It was made in a different time. Admittedly you could use that as context, but I just felt that there are elements to the film, while it was a relatively good film, that wouldn’t necessarily sit right or feel right to a number of people today. And, just felt that it wouldn’t be in the best interest of our shareholders to bring it back, even though there would be some financial gain. Sometimes you make sacrifices on the financial side to do what you believe is right and that’s an example of that.
I just don’t feel that it’s right for us to use company resources to make it available, whether it’s wide or whether it’s narrow… narrowly available. It’s a strong belief that I have— consulted with other top executives of the company. They all agreed, and I think, just remember it as it was, and don’t expect to see it again for… at least for awhile, if ever.
Considering how strongly he felt about Song of the South six months, I personally don't think we'll see the film anytime soon. I could be completely wrong but I don't see what could have changed his mind when he said not long ago that it was unlikely the film would ever be released on DVD or Blu Ray. Perhaps the pressure of the film's fans has gotten to him but it seems strange to me that he would sanction it now when he was so vehement in March.