Walt Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger on Tuesday did not rule out future acquisitions of intellectual property, but said the company currently has a great hand and doesn't need more.
"I don't want to suggest that we're sated or not, but I don't think there are any specific needs right now. There are no holes to fill," he said on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Disney bought Pixar, the animation studio behind the "Toy Story" trilogy, in 2006. Then, it acquired Marvel Comics and its stable of iconic superheroes in 2009, followed by its purchase of the coveted "Star Wars" franchise from George Lucas in 2012.
The company has "grand plans" for merchandising ahead of the December release of "Star Wars Episode VII – The Force Awakens," the first of six films in the franchise that Disney will produce, Iger said.
"You're talking about the No. 1 franchise in the world in terms of merchandise, and there hasn't been a film release since 2005," he said. "So we've already seen interest in this film starting to generate increased interest in the merchandise."
Disney delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Tuesday, helped by increased spending by visitors at its theme parks and higher ad sales and affiliate fees in the company's media networks business.
Shares of Disney were trading mostly flat at $111.38 on Tuesday. Up to Monday's close, Disney's stock has climbed about 38 percent in the past 12 months. (Click here for the latest share price)
The entertainment giant posted fiscal second quarter earnings of $1.23 per share, up from $1.11 a share in the year-earlier period. Analysts had expected Disney to earn $1.11 per share.