The Screen Rant editorial team is back with episode sixty-eight of the Screen Rant Underground.

Join host Ben Kendrick as well as fellow SR editors Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw as we recap the 2012 Fall TV season, discuss the return of Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan for X-Men: Days of Future Past as well as Warner Bros. potentially incorporating Nolan’s Batman films into the shared DC movie universe.

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Screen Rant Underground: Episode 68 – Fall 2012 TV Recap

In episode 68 of the Screen Rant Underground podcast we recap the 2012 Fall TV season, discuss the return of Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan for X-Men: Days of Future Past as well as Warner Bros. potentially incorporating Nolan’s Batman films into the shared DC movie universe.

[0:00] News: Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan Back for Days of Future Past; Hugh Jackman Might ReturnWill Warner Bros. Incorporate Nolan’s Batman Universe into ‘Justice League’?, and Two and a Half Men’ Star Says Stop Watching, Calls the Show ‘Filth’.

[1:04:07] Box Office Battle Results

[1:08:45] Rants and Raves – Box Office Battle Loser Review: Iron Sky.

[1:20:20] Fall 2012 TV Recap: The Walking Dead, Arrow, and Fringe.

[2:01:32] Listener E-mail (“List of Shame” Movies & “Perfect” Movies), Twitter Handles, and Contact Information.

[2:30:27] Game Rant News Brief: New Feature “Game Rant” Asks on the site, the MoMA is adding a Video Game Art section, final issue of Nintendo Power, Wii U sales, Assassin’s Creed 4 could include co-op, Far Cry 3 and Disney’s Epic Mickey: Power of Two reviews.

Hosts: Ben Kendrick, Rob Keyes, Anthony Ocasio, and Kofi Outlaw.

Next Week’s Review: Listener Voicemail Segment – Call in to (323) 522-5455 with questions and holiday memories!

Last Week’s Reader Box Office Battle Winner Life of Pi opening): Chris Agar, TheDurr, and Bmike3030 all tied with 8 points but Chris nailed the tie-breaker (Argo):

Opening this Week in Theaters (Wide):

  • Playing for Keeps (Romantic Comedy) – 2,700

Opening this Week in Theaters (Limited):

  • Hyde Park on the Hudson (Historical Drama) – 5

Use the comment section below to continue our various discussions by weighing in with your own thoughts – or just to let us know what you think of the show. Also, don’t forget to vote in our weekly Screen Rant Underground poll:

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