Mickey Mouse is heading East.
Shanghai Disney Resort is set to open on June 16th after more than five years of construction.
The $5.5 billion park is the first of its kind. Rather than have the familiar "lands" of Disney World, the resort will instead focus on Disney franchises and movies like Pirates of the Caribbean and Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.
The park's completion comes during a time of uncertainty for the Mouse House. Succession fears have plagued the company since Bob Iger's heir apparent Thomas Staggs stepped down in April, and slowing subscriber growth at ESPN continues to weigh on the company's bottom line.
On the "Halftime Report" the desk debated whether Disney's pullback creates a buying opportunity -- or if there are further woes ahead.