The Walt Disney Company has released its quarterly earnings report for the third quarter of 2017, which shows that the company has increased its share of the revenue it generates by more than a billion dollars since the end of fiscal 2017.
The earnings report, which is due to be released Wednesday, includes figures on the company’s revenue from its international operations, including Disney World Resort and its Hollywood Studios Resort.
As the company looks to diversify its revenue sources, the company said it plans to increase its international footprint by 50 percent over the coming year.
That will include Disney Cruise Line, Disney Parks, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Polynesian Islands Resort.
The company also plans to expand its international marketing business, which includes its popular Disney World Tour.
Disney’s total revenue for the quarter totaled $4.1 billion, which represented a 10 percent increase over the previous quarter, which was $3.6 billion.
That’s an increase of $1.5 billion over the prior quarter and $3 billion more than the same quarter a year ago.
Disney also said it expects its total earnings from the international market to be $1 billion for the fiscal year, up 6 percent from the same period last year.
The financials also reveal that the growth in the Disney World and Hollywood Studios business was driven by growth in theme parks in those parks.
While Disney Cruise Lines and Disney Parks have remained strong, it was Disney’s growth in Hollywood Studios that was driven most of the increase in revenue, as the company added nearly 7 million rides to the park in fiscal 2017, a 50 percent increase from fiscal 2016.
In addition to the increased revenue, Disney also announced that it will introduce two new films in the theme parks and in the parks of its subsidiaries: the live-action film, Disney Animated, and the animated film, Toy Story Land.
Disney will also open two new attractions in the Disneyland Resort, the Jungle Cruise and the Jungle Planet, as well as the Walt Disney World Marathon.
The Disney Cruise line also will introduce its popular Fastpass and Ticket Exchange, which will allow customers to take a ride on a limited number of rides to a destination at no additional cost.
Disney said it will also be launching its new Star Wars Experience, which takes place at Disneyland Paris and at Disney California Adventure in California.
The full earnings report is expected to be available in the coming days.