Chris Pratt and Chris Evans made some kids in Boston very happy Friday afternoon.
In the days leading up to Super Bowl XLIX, the two actors made a pretty great wager over the game that called for the loser to visit the winner’s charity of choice while dressed in his superhero garb. Well, with the New England Patriots besting the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 thanks to Malcolm Butler’s late-game heroics, it was Pratt’s time to make good on the bet.
The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star visited children at Christopher’s Haven in Boston, an organization that provides housing for families with kids battling pediatric cancer, while dressed as Star-Lord. The bet also stated Pratt would have to wear a Tom Brady jersey for the duration of his visit, and Evans didn’t forget that part of the wager. Evans followed Pratt around with the Super Bowl MVP’s No. 12.
Despite winning the bet — and the big game — the Boston-bred Evans recently announced he’ll stop by Seattle’s Children’s Hospital dressed as Captain America in the coming days.