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February 2, 2015 at 9:58 AM

Seahawks Fan Buzz: No losers in bets made by superheroes Chris Pratt, Chris Evans

Chris Pratt (left) in "Guardians of the Galaxy" and Chris Evans (right) in "Captain America."

Chris Pratt (left) in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and Chris Evans (right) in “Captain America.”

As Seahawks fans look for silver linings on a rainy day in Seattle, there is a bit of happier news to report.

“Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Chris Pratt, who grew up in Lake Stevens, Wash., is naturally a Seahawks fan. He and Patriots fan Chris Evans, another actor famous for his role as a comic-book character, duked it out on Twitter and set the terms for their Super Bowl bet.

If Pratt’s Seahawks would have won, Evans had to visit Seattle Children’s hospital as Captain America, and if Evans’s Patriots emerged victorious, Pratt had to visit Boston’s Christopher’s Haven dressed as his character Star-Lord.

Even though Evans won the bet, he’s coming out to Seattle Children’s anyway:

Related story: The Northwest/Hollywood love story of TV and film stars Pratt and Anna Faris started with a Seahawks shirt.

No public rallies planned so far

Times reporter Bob Condotta has the scoop on the team’s return to Seattle Monday afternoon. No public access or viewing will be allowed.

D’awwwwwwwwwwwwwww

You know it was a bummer of a result last night if even the 12 animal contingent is throwing shade like this:

This is Henry and he lives  in Tacoma. Pretty morose after the game. (Photo submitted by Doreen Marchionni)

This is Henry and he lives in Tacoma. Pretty morose after the game. (Photo submitted by Doreen Marchionni)



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