Re: How long before the fan community turns on the Nolan films?
Honestly, I don't think money would be an issue for a reboot. Look at Batman Begins, look at TAS-M even...they weren't STRONG in that regard, but that's basically what happens with a reboot as it doesn't make a whole lot of cash, but a sequel will basically happen if it gets okay to strong critical acclaim and that's what matters the most, I think, when it comes to a first film.
And you're right...the next guy needs to make a different and distinctive version, but I don't think that'll be too hard to do. Burton tried to make an over-stylized gothic tone while Nolan went with a relatable and hyper-realist tone. Something in the middle to have some realistic aspects while retaining a fantastical element shouldn't be trouble.