Pixar's latest film, "Inside Out," will bring a slight boost to Disney's bottom line, FBR Capital Markets' senior research analyst said Friday.
"You're not going to sell 'Inside Out' toys … but I think at the end of the day, these guys will make good money on this. I think it will contribute 100 to $150 million to the bottom line when all is said and done. It's nice that these guys can put out movies that are not franchisable and still get a good return on it," Barton Crockett told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
The movie, which has received positive reviews, had its weekend premiere on Friday.
Nevertheless, Crockett added that investors should eye Disney's other franchises, including "Star Wars" and "Marvel," which are slated to release a number of films in the coming years.
"I think their studio profits are going to go up from about $1.5 billion to north ward of 2.5 to $3 billion in a couple of years" he said.
Disney shares were slightly lower in afternoon trade.