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Super Bowl Super Hero Bet Benefits Sick Children

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SEATTLE, WA - It might just be the most colorful rivalry we've seen yet for Super Bowl 49. 

Two Hollywood celebrities started a little trash-talking on twitter and now the bet is on. 

It turns out the actor who plays Captain America, Chris Evans is a Patriots fan. 

His friend Chris Pratt who played Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy is a huge Seahawks fan. 

Now the two have a bet on the game. 

If Evans loses, he will visit Seattle Children's Hospital dressed as Captain America waving the 12th man flag. 

If Pratt loses, he will visit a pediatric center in Boston dressed as Star-Lord. 

No matter who wins the bet, it's the children who will really benefit. 

"Specially when you're sick as a kid finding the will to fight whatever it is that's making you sick, it's a really huge part of getting better. That's what heroes do. They inspire. They inspire that will to fight and that will to win," says Nick Nazar of Phoenix Comics & Games. 

And there's a reason Chris Pratt has strong ties to the Seahawks, he grew up in Lake Stevens, WA.