The highest-grossing movie franchise of all time is the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The two highest-grossing franchises, Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars, are owned by Disney. During the release of A New Hope, the best Christmas gift was a voucher for Star Wars toys that didn't exist yet. The next four movies would not be able to recover the same amount, so Star Wars' place at the top of the franchise seemed assured.
At the time of writing this article, there are three live-action Star Wars series, four if you consider season 2 of The Mandalorian as something of its own. In short, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is still a baby at just ten years old compared to the Star Wars franchise, which is more than four decades old. If the Star Wars movies have the Expanded Universe and the Death Star, the Marvel movies also have the Cinematic Universe and the Multiverse. Many have noticed that Abrams' revival of the Star Trek franchise a few years ago had more to do with the subject matter and plot of Star Wars than with its original material.
After Solo later this month and Episode IX next year, Star Wars fans can't wait to see the next Rian Johnson trilogy, which, whether you liked The Last Jedi or not, was controversial enough to doubt what might come next. No, Star Wars is not owned by Marvel because both are wholly owned subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company. Star Wars continued to slow down even during another decade-long hiatus, filling pop culture with more books, television shows, comics and, finally, a triumphant return to theaters with The Force Awakens. That film featured Mon Mothma, Grand Moff Tarkin and, in the end, Darth Vader, a clear tactic to please fans of classic Star Wars movies.
In fact, nationally, only one Harry Potter movie would make it to the five highest-grossing Star Wars movies. Reportedly, Obi-Wan Kenobi was the most-watched Disney+ premiere in history, so it's likely that Star Wars still has the upper hand, even with Mrs. Even more so, I hope Marvel's dominance doesn't indicate that there's anything wrong at play in the Star Wars universe.