Chris Pratt, Chris Evans Set To Suit Up For Charity

Evan Wilt Contributor
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Chris Pratt is a man of his word, prompting Star-Lord and Captain America to visit children hospitals.

Shortly following the NFL championship round, on-screen superheroes Pratt and Chris Evans (Star-Lord and Captain America respectively) placed bet for the loser to visit pediatric hospitals donning their movie character apparel, Fox Sports reports.

Pratt, Seattle native and star of Marvel’s 2014 summer blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy,” overflowed with confidence following Seattle’s improbable comeback over Green Bay during the NFC championship game. Reeling with optimism for his Seahawks to repeat as Super Bowl champions, Pratt responds to tweet from New England Patriots fan and fellow Marvel megastar.

The Seahawks ended up losing in heartbreaking fashion on a late goal-line interception. Pratt however, remained a good sport and is set to follow through with his side of the bet by visiting Christopher’s Haven, which benefits families whose children are receiving outpatient pediatric cancer treatment in Boston.

If the Patriots had lost, Evans agreed to visit Seattle Children’s, a children’s hospital and pediatric research institute in Seattle.

However, in the true nature of sportsmanship Evans and Pratt will visit both hospitals dressed as their Marvel alter-egos.

Maybe this collaboration between actors is a good sign for moviegoers as well.

Who wouldn’t want to see Captain America and Star-Lord team up on the silver screen to fight evil?

Make it happen, Marvel.