Chris Pratt loves the Seahawks, and Chris Evans is a diehard Patriots fan. So it was natural for the two movie stars -- each portraying a Marvel comic book super hero -- to make a friendly wager on Super Bowl XLIX.

If Pratt's Seahawks won, Evans would wear his Captain America uniform to a children's charity in Seattle. But if New England won, Pratt would have to dress up as Starlord from "Guardians of the Galaxy" and come out to Boston for his own appearance.

Needless to say, the Patriots brought home the hardware -- and Pratt came through on his bet, visiting children at Christopher's Haven, a home for kids suffering from pediatric cancer. He brought gifts for the kids as well, and Evans showed up to escort him around the facility.

Surely it was a nice consolation prize for Pratt despite his team's crushing loss. And clearly, the kids at Christopher's Haven couldn't be happier:

In addition to their on-site appearance, both actors worked to raise funds through a #twitterbowl campaign for both Christopher's Haven and the Seattle Children's Hospital. The drive raised about $27,000 for both charities, which Seattle Children's hospital getting about $15,000 and the rest going to Christopher's Haven.

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