At the very least, Bryan Cranston is no stranger to shaving his head for a role.
Cranston, best known for his portrayal of Walter White on “Breaking Bad,” is reportedly being considered for the role of bald baddie Lex Luthor in the upcoming “Batman Vs. Superman” film.
As announced at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Brothers has greenlit a sequel to “Man of Steel” that will have Henry Cavill’s Superman going up against the Caped Crusader, Forbes reports.
While the two superheroes will clash, they will have to come together to take on Superman’s archnemesis Lex Luthor.
Whether Cranston, who recently wrapped AMC's "Breaking Bad," is in negotiations for the role has not been announced, but Forbes says the casting decisions will be made “sooner rather than later.”
Though Luthor was referenced in “Man of Steel,” with his company LexCorp’s logo appearing around Metropolis, he did not appear on-screen in the film.
“Batman Vs. Superman” is due out in Summer 2015.