Originally Posted by Frontier
Nolan stands a better chance than most.
Not to mention that he's yet to make a bad film, knock on wood.
That said, I think expectations from the main-stream will be too high from Dark Knight. They'll be expecting something superior and so, if we get something "on par" or "near par" it'll be viewed as a disappointment while really not being such.
Completely agree. With the fans, I think if it isn't better than "The Dark Knight
", then it may be regarded as being worse than "Batman & Robin