Disney boss Robert Iger suggested that the effects of the "Star Wars" countries slated to open in California and Orlando next year, saying that they are the biggest attractions the company ever built and that demand could be dramatically high.
We think they will have a big impact, says Iger on Thursday, following an income after Walt Disney Company has presented a strong fourth quarter that beat Wall Street expectations.
Because of the exchange, an analyst would have asked Iger if he believed Star War: The edge of the galaxy will be "bigger than Pandora?" Is it as big as Cars Land? "
" These are the largest land areas we have ever have built in both cases ̵
In Orlando, Disney sees the presence of Hollywood Studios, and Star Wars will help, says Iger.
"We are aiming to actually grow the presence of the park, which has slowed a little over the past year because we have not invested anything that is so close to the size or extent or convincing nature of it," says Iger.
The country will have two attractions – one of the visitors pilots the Millennium Fellowship, the other where they are on a Star Destroyer.
Ig Here the rides are described as in-depth and "innovative, we believe, convincing and exciting E-ticket attractions."
Igers amusement parks are already performing very economically.
Disney Parks and Resorts revenue rose 9 percent to $ 5.1 billion for the fourth quarter compared to last year when Hurricane Irma hit the state of Florida and cost Disney $ 100 million, the company said in its report.
The company generated $ 14.3 billion in revenue for the quarter, an increase of 12 percent from the same period in 2017 and beat analysts estimates of $ 13.73 billion, Reuters reported.
Disney reported adjusted earnings per share of $ 1.48 for the quarter. Analysts had expected $ 1.34.
Breeding results was Disney studios, as well as its parks and resorts, according to Disney.
At Disney's theme parks in the United States there was a presence and people spent more due to fares, food and drink
Much of the discussion during Thursday's conversation focused on Disney's plans to compete with Netflix and launch its own streaming service.
Iger said that Disney + will be released in 2019 and will feature Disney movies and original content, such as the new Star Wars and Marvel series. He also announced Thursday a live action series with star Diego Luna, who will serve as a prequel to the 2016 movie "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."
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