Originally Posted by Smallville13
I don't think David Goyer can write that fast though. Nor Hans Zimmer can compose that fast. Plus it would be a rush job for Snyder. Do we think the 3-4 year gaps was important for the quality of Nolans TDK trilogy? As in gave them enough time to really form and consolidate ideas of where best to take it, y'know what I mean.
It really depends on whether they’ve got a good idea /story to tell. If MOS is really a standalone film and they have never thought about a sequel and having no idea for it, then I would say 3-4 years is required.