Netflix's stock was trading at $350 per share in midday on Thursday, a $152 billion valuation, which made it worth more than Disney… for a time. Netflix finished the trading day at $151.8 billion, Disney at $152.18 billion.

Still, Netflix blew past cable titan Comcast on Wednesday, its shares closing at $344.72. Netflix reached 125 million total subscribers in April, with $3.6 billion in revenue during the first quarter, despite also burning through cash.

Despite Disney's box office success with Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Black Panther, its media division has been dealing with subscriber losses with ESPN, and even Solo is on-track for a very low opening this weekend, the lowest of Disney's 4 Star Wars titles.

Still, Disney is working on its own streaming service to more directly compete with Netflix, in addition to the ESPN+ streaming service which launched recently. The new family-friendly service will feature titles from Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm.