Read live updates from the panel for Kick-Ass 2, direct from Comic-Con in San Diego.
WARNING! This article contains strong language and/or content that some readers may prefer to avoid.
"Okay you c**ts, let's see what you can do now."
Get the swear jar at the ready because Kick-Ass is back! In the much-anticipated sequel to the 2010 bloodbath, Mark Millar's unlikely superhero must deal with a new group of masked vigilantes, led by Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey) - as well as an angry Red Mist, reborn as The Mother Fucker and out for revenge for the death of his father. As for Hit-Girl, she's entered retirement and is just trying to live the normal schoolgirl life (as you do).
In today's panel we'll get a closer look at the new film, hear from the cast and no doubt talk about THOSE comments from Carrey. Oh, and if you've an aversion to swearing, it would probably be wise to click away now.
Please note that all times in this live blog are Pacific, which is eight hours behind the UK and three hours behind the East Coast.
A girl next to me is complaining to her boyfriend about the quality of the audience questions in the panels today. "Why are people going up there and askin' dumb-ass shit?" she wonders. I feel her profanity is entirely appropriate for the panel we're about to see.
ATJ: "Physically, Chloe's changed. It felt like a natural progression. What's nice for my character is he hasn't changed at all since the first one. It was always a conversation about when we'd do the second one. I got a call from Matthew Vaughn who said we had a great script. It was a page-turner, man. I was cracking up laughing. It was emotional. He took these characters through a wild, really complex journey. I was really excited for it."
CMP: "I read the script and it was fantastic and dark. I was really scared to do something this intense but we had a great acting coach who helped me. She came with me on set and we did a good job with it."
How hard was it to play a darker character? CMP: "It was super dark. There are some things from the comic that we took out, such as murdering a dog and raping someone, which I'm glad I didn't have to do."
How did she deal with the high school end of the story? "That was a really big interesting arc. Hit Girl decides to give up her life of crime because her stepfather says to. She goes to high school and realises whether it's a drug dealer on the streets, or a bad girl at school who is hating on these poor kids, she has to bring justice to the situation."
Difference between two films? "You meet Hit Girl, years after she lost her father, and her only real friend in the world is Dave. That's why they have such a special bond. He comes back to her because he wants training. She's able to manoeuvre into growing up through him. Nick [Cage]'s presence in the movie is still very strong. He's always there in her mind."
ATJ: "We had an incredible stunt team. We trained with them every day, it was really great. When you're on a film schedule, it's hard to fit in those things so you just have to pick it up in your breaks, or you go into the gym and practise a new bit of choreography."
Leguizamo: "Chris had me rolling the whole time. Especially when he finds, after his mum passes away, her box of sexual tools. He was trying on his mum's dominatrix outfit." CMP: "I grabbed some anal beads, too."
Kick-Ass 3? Wadlow: "I've been so focused on this movie, I haven't even thought about it. We want it to go so much further beyond what you'd expect from a sequel. It's not a rinse-and-repeat sequel, we put them through the meat grinder in this."