With the New England Patriots' victory in Super Bowl XLIX, Boston-born Captain America star Chris Evans won his wager with fellow super stud, Seattle Seahawks fan and Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord Chris Pratt.
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The Marvel stars had been faux-feuding in the weeks leading up to the big game, talking smack on Twitter as their hometown teams prepared to face off.
The actors bet on the game, wagering that the loser had to appear at a children's hospital in the rival city dressed as their hero character. The friendly feud even extended to game time, as both stars attended the game in Arizona and snapped a pic together.
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"We talked a lot of smack and we made a lot of bets, and then at one point I was like, 'You know, we might be able to harness this energy and actually do something kind of cool and raise some money,'" Pratt told ET before the game. "So, our bet is when the Seattle Seahawks win, he's going to be dressed up as Captain America, fly across the country to Seattle and visit the kids in the Seattle Children's Hospital, as Captain America, waving a 12th Man flag."
"But really, when the Patriots dominate [and] humiliate your Seahawks, you're going to be making a trip to Boston. Dressed as Star-Lord," Evans interrupted.
Pratt was undeterred, joking, "I just can't wait to see Cap try to check that shield through TSA."
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After the Patriots' dramatic 28-24 victory, Pratt immediately owned up, tweeting, "Congrats to the world champions @patriots you were the better team tonight. I will be visiting @chris_haven as Starlord."
Evans was gracious in his reply on Twitter, revealing that he and Pratt would appear together at both Boston-based Christopher's Haven and Seattle Children's Hospital in their superhero gear.
In the battle of Captain America vs. Star-Lord, everyone's a winner.
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