Chris Pratt and Chris Evans wager charity superhero appearances on Super Bowl

Chris Pratt (L) and Chris Evans (R).  

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Actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans have placed the sports dignity of their Marvel superhero alter-egos on the line in the most geektastic Super Bowl 2015 wager ever.

Pratt famously played Star-Lord (Peter Quill) in the 2014 summer blockbuster "Guardians of the Galaxy," while Evans portrayed Captain America (Steve Rogers) in multiple films, most recently 2014’s "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." 

As it turns out, Pratt, who grew up in Lake Stevens, Washington, is a big Seahawks fan. Boston-native Evans, on the other hand, roots for the Patriots. So naturally, the match-up between Seattle and New England in Super Bowl XLIX has set these two stars up for some unique — and benevolent (they’re superheroes, after all) — stakes. Here’s how they hashed it out:

Pratt, who also stars on "Parks and Recreation," is no stranger to dressing up in the name of charity. Check him out at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles in his Star-Lord gear cheering up a patient.

Whether or not it has the same effect in a Patriots jersey, however, remains to be seen.

[H/T Daily Dot]

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