Celebs gave us plenty in 2015, from blockbuster films to show-stopping concert tours to truly epic feuds. But most impressive of all were the stars who gave their time, money or talents for a worthy cause. Here's a look at some of the ways several famous faces gave back this year.
SUPER BOWL SUPERHEROES
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt and Captain America himself, Chris Evans, made a good-natured bet early in the year when their hometown teams squared off in Super Bowl XLIX. The terms were simple: the loser had to visit a children's hospital in the other's city...dressed as his heroic MCU character.
In the end, Evans' New England Patriots took home the Lombardi trophy on Feb. 1, and Pratt paid his due, visiting Christopher's Haven -- an organization that provides a place for families of children being treated for cancer in nearby Boston hospitals -- in full Star-Lord gear.
In a move that proved both actors are more than a little super in real life, Evans later donned his Captain America suit and shield to pay a visit to Seattle Children's Hospital with Pratt in March. Talk about a real-life superhero!
SANDRA'S MINIONS DO SOME GOOD
Sandra Bullock's character in the animated film "Minions" was nothing short of a supervillain (with a name like Scarlet Overkill, what would you expect?), but the actress made sure some of her contribution to the film went to good, auctioning off 10 autographed pairs of the awesome, Minion-inspired Rupert Sanderson heels that she wore to the London premiere of the film.