Chris Pratt and Chris Evans Put Surprise Twist on Their Super Bowl Bet


Actors Chris Evans, also known as Captain America in the most recent Captain America films, and Chris Pratt, who played Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, are following through on the epic Super Bowl bet they made two weeks ago.

The two used Twitter to make a little wager, deciding that the outcome of the big game would determine whether Evans would be visiting Seattle Children’s Hospital with a Seahawks flag or whether Pratt would be wearing a Tom Brady jersey at Christopher’s Haven, a home for families battling cancer in Boston.

Last night, Pratt graciously admitted defeat.

But Evans was quick to ensure that both cities will be getting a visit from Star-Lord and Captain America.

Get excited, Boston and Seattle, because both of these heroes are coming for a visit!

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