The hit AMC original TV series 'Breaking Bad' may be ending this fall, but Bryan Cranston will be shaving his head once again for a new character he will be playing on the big screen. According to a report from CosmicBookNews.com, Cranston has been cast to play Lex Luthor in the upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel.

The internet nearly broke last week after the announcement that Ben Affleck was cast as Batman in the 'Man of Steel' sequel, but fans everywhere have to agree that Cranston as Luthor is a good move. Now lets just hope Matt Damon won't be cast as Robin.

Cranston and Affleck, who worked together in "Argo," will join Henry Cavil as Superman in the upcoming sequel, scheduled to be released in 2015. An official statement from DC is expected to come near the conclusion of "Breaking Bad" in a couple weeks.