The stars of the latest Disney quarter were ESPN and the theme parks, but Wall Street analysts are divided on where the stock will go from here after a 30 percent surge so far this year.
"The whole TV network group is a great group right now," said Barton Crockett, an analyst at Lazard Capital Markets. "You've got a lot of secular strength. These guys are able to get paid a lot more for their content."
Disney's strategy has been to use its content and big brands, such as Iron Man, across the entire business, including theme parks and toys.