Chris Evans, Chris Pratt make Super Bowl bet for charity
Actors Chris Evans and Chris Pratt have agreed to a Super Bowl bet for charity.
Los Angeles: Actors Chris Evans and Chris Pratt have agreed to a Super Bowl bet for charity.
Evans, who plays Captain America in 'The Avengers', roots for the New England Patriots while Pratt, who stars as Star-Lord in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', is a fan of the Seattle Seahawks.
Evans was the one who started the funny Twitter exchange which led him and Pratt to agree to a bet which would benefit two children's charities Seattle Children's Hospital and Christopher's Haven in Boston, reported Ace Showbiz.
In a Twitter exchange earlier this week, the stars bantered about their favourite teams before agreeing to a bet that would benefit two local children's charities: Seattle Children's Hospital and Christopher's Haven in Boston.
Specifically, if the Patriots win, Pratt would visit Christopher's Haven dressed as his Star-Lord character, and if the Seahawks win, Evans would don Captain America's costume while visiting Seattle Children's Hospital.