Disney has the biggest hit-rate in the film industry with a 30% share of the global box office.
That’s the highest share of any film studio and it’s the company’s second-highest after Sony Pictures Entertainment.
It’s not just Disney, either.
Amazon Studios, Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation and Sony Pictures Classics have also had massive hits.
Disney’s Cinderella is one of the best-selling movies in history.
The Disney Channel is a $3 billion-plus brand, and the Walt Disney Studios is also worth about $3.4 billion.
In a way, Disney is a bit like Netflix, with its huge catalog of content and a high rate of return.
But Disney has also become a bit more independent than Netflix, which is also owned by Disney.
And that independence has allowed Disney to develop more original content.
The company has had an impressive run of hits, but its biggest hits have come from indie filmmakers and small studios.
But that independence, and a lack of big studios, has left Disney with an untapped talent pool that has created some of the most creative shows on television.
Disney could also be looking to start diversifying.
It has a number of original properties, from the animated Beauty and the Boop to the live-action The Simpsons and the film adaptations of Marvel and DC superheroes, such as Justice League and Spider-Man.
And Disney is developing a television series that is expected to premiere in 2019 or 2020.
There is also a chance that Disney could open a theme park or other property to compete with its own properties.
All of this is in the best interest of the entertainment industry, said Bill Fidler, a partner at the consulting firm Fidel &Ferrari.
It gives Disney and the movie industry the ability to do their own things, he said.
“The key is the balance between competition and innovation,” he said of the independence of Disney.
The studio, which has a $2.8 billion stake in Walt Disney Pictures, is trying to find the right mix of brands, he added.
The decision to go independent will help Disney develop some of its biggest properties, which are not likely to be Disney-owned properties.
Disney has a great deal of diversity and a wide variety of talent, said Mike Sussman, a former Disney chairman who is now a partner in DST, which specializes in the movie business.
The big Disney-themed theme parks could become an even bigger draw.
Disney may be a little too big to be run like a movie studio, said Jim Fenton, who left Disney last year to take a job with the digital-video-delivery company Netflix.
But the company is not a small studio.
“It’s one of Disney’s largest, it’s one that’s been growing and it has some of America’s largest talent,” he added, referring to the Disney theme parks.
“If you think of Disney as a giant company, that’s a huge mistake.
You have to have a huge pool of talent.”
The Disney family may be able to diversify even more.
“We’re very bullish on the movie and TV business and we think we’re very smart about the creative side of it,” Mr. Fidlers said.
But he said that the company could have a hard time diversifying the creative and financial side of its business without losing Disney’s core audiences, which include children and teenagers.
Disney is also hoping to find a new way to generate revenue from its Disney Originals.
Disney Origins are shows that are based on the characters of popular franchises and movies.
For example, “Dumb and Dumber” is based on a movie that was released in 1989 and was filmed in 1998.
Disney bought a number, including the film rights to “Toy Story,” for $1 billion last year.
Disney plans to release some of these original films in the future.
The studios are also working on an online-only version of the “Frozen” television show, called “Faces,” that would be available to customers.
The animated show, which debuted on Disney Channel in 2010, is based in part on Disney properties.