He's joined by 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' star Chris Pratt following the pair's Super Bowl bet
Chris Evans paid a visit to Seattle Children’s Hospital on Saturday (March 7) dressed as Captain America.
The visit stemmed from a Super Bowl bet between Evans and Guardians Of The Galaxy star Chris Pratt, under which the actor who backed the losing team would have to visit a hospital of the winner’s choice wearing his superhero costume. Pratt’s team Seattle Seahawks lost the match and last month (February) he visited a Boston children’s hospital dressed as his Guardians Of The Galaxy character Star-Lord.
Though Evans won the bet, he opted to match Pratt by making a hospital visit in costume anyway. Following his visit, Seattle Children’s Hospital shared some pictures of Evans, who was accompanied by an out-of-costume Pratt, meeting some of its patients.
Following the visit, Evans tweeted: “AMAZING day at @seattlechildren w @prattprattpratt. Met some TRUE super heroes! Feeling inspired, blessed, touched. Thank you w all my heart”. Pratt also tweeted about the duo’s visit, calling it an “immense joy”.
Evans is due to start shooting Captain America: Civil War, his third standalone film as Captain America, next month (April). He will joined in the sequel by Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow and Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye.