“Deadly Class” has an “Avengers: Endgame” connection. The show stars Benedict Wong, known for playing Doctor Strange’s pal Wong in “Avengers: Infinity War,” and Marvel directors Joe and Anthony Russo executive produce the Syfy series. However, the TV stars told International Business Times they aren’t trying to get any “Endgame” spoilers while filming.

“You know what? He’s such a nice dude, I don’t even want to. He’s such a good guy,” Luke Tennie said of Wong.

Tennie plays Willie, the son of a Los Angeles gang leader and one of the students at King’s Dominion, a high school for assassins, while Wong plays the school’s headmaster. Tennie realizes that the actor probably doesn’t have much information about the April movie — if he even appears in it.

Deadly Class Benedict Wong's "Deadly Class" co-stars avoid asking him about "Avengers: Endgame." Photo: Allen Fraser/Syfy

“They keep that stuff under wraps,” Tennie told IBT. “I was watching an interview the other day. Tom Holland didn’t even know who he was fighting. He was just looking at tennis balls, just being Spider-Man. That stuff’s crazy.”

Maria Gabriela De Faria, who plays a teenage member of the cartel, said they wouldn’t want to put Wong in that position. “No, not at all. I think we’re very respectful,” she said.

Benjamin Wadsworth plays Marcus, the newest recruit at King’s Dominion. The actor revealed that he doesn’t really want to know what’s going to happen in “Avengers: Endgame.”

“I’m excited to watch it. People are always trying to figure out the spoilers, just watch the movie,” he added.

Deadly Class cast The "Deadly Class" cast doesn't want "Avengers: Endgame" spoilers. Pictured from left: Maria Gabriela de Faria, Michel Duval, Benjamin Wadsworth, Luke Tennie, Lana Condor and Liam James at the "Deadly Class" premiere on Jan. 14, 2019 in Los Angeles. Photo: Angela Papuga/Getty Images

The “Deadly Class” cast didn’t ask Wong about “Avengers: Endgame,” and they couldn’t really ask the Russo brothers, either. They weren’t on set much, but Liam James, who plays Billy, said that the executive producers are super involved behind-the-scenes.

“[A lot of us] haven’t been able to directly work with them yet, but they have been heavily involved behind the scenes,” James explained to IBT. “They sign off on every single decision that gets made. They made their own cut of the pilot. … I think that’s kind of how they do it is they’re confident that they don’t need to hype things. They just do the work and people love their work, and I feel like they probably just feel like the same as when they started. They’re just doing this because they love to do it.”

Tennie added, “They just also made the biggest movie in the world and now they’re making a TV show, so that’s cool. Got a little help in that department. We got some fans of them, so I think a lot of people are gonna tune in just because they trust the name Russo.”

Watch “Deadly Class” on Syfy on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST.