The latest updates and spoilers for "Avengers 4" will reveal that Marvel superhero fan-favorite, Adam Warlock, will not make an appearance in the movie. "Avengers: Infinity War" directors Joe and Anthony Russo confirmed this statement in an interview with ComicBook saying that their job is to tell stories about the Marvel Cinematic Universe not a direct adaptation within the main Marvel comic book universe.

The Russo's also teased the possible movie title of the sequel as numerous comic book and MCU fans have trying to guess the official name for years since its announcement.

The fourth film will feature the surviving Avengers last stand with the Mad Titan, Thanos.

Why is Adam Warlock not included?

According to Joe Russo, he and his Anthony are trying to create a story that is original to the MCU with references from the previous storyline. The fourth movie was meant to be part 2 of "Infinity War," but was changed into a completely separate storyline. The next sequel will have the remaining heroes fight one last battle to save the universe after Thanos accomplished his mission of collecting the Infinity Stones and wiped out the whole half of the population.

Fans are expecting to see the reunited founding members along with other heroes like Ant-Man, Wasp, and Captain Marvel.

Unfortunately, Adam Warlock will not join the film even though he is an important character in the "Infinity" arcs.

"Yeah [Adam Warlock's] not showing up in our stories," Joe Russo said. "Look, our job as we said a million times is to tell the story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, not to direct adaptations of comics because we're comic book fans."

Adam Warlock will make part of the MCU and he was teased in the end credits scenes of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2." He will make his live-action debut in the third "Guardians of the Galaxy" film in phase 4.

Are we close to the title?

The Russos also teased the closest thing they had for "Avengers 4's" official title under the working name "Avengers Forever." This is their way of telling the fans not focus so much on the "Infinity" name or the comic books that already have a name.

For now, the story will pick up where "Infinity War" left off after Thanos accomplished his mission of eradicating half the universe, taking out most of the MCU heroes with it. This will also mark the end of phase 3 setting up new films for phase 4 such as "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, " "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3," "Black Panther 2," and more.