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Watch 'Harry Potter' actors get sorted into Hogwarts houses — with amazing results!

Turns out these "Harry Potter" actors are actual people with their own personalities. So weird, right?
/ Source: TODAY

We'd like to open this story with some disturbing news: The beloved actors from the "Harry Potter" films might not belong to the same Hogwarts houses as their characters.

We know. We were shocked too. Turns out these actors are actual people with their own personalities. And now, they've officially been sorted into Hogwarts houses thanks to a Pottermore video released June 3. And things might never be the same.

Among the actors who took part in the sorting hat challenge were Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom).

The actors answer probing questions like "White or black?" and "Which of the following do you find most difficult to deal with: Hunger, cold, loneliness, or boredom?" to unearth their true identities.

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Of the four actors featured in the short video, only one of them — Wright — went to the same house as her character, a Gryffindor. Lynch, who plays Ravenclaw Lovegood, went to Gryffindor as well.

But both men, who play Gryffindors in the film franchise, found themselves in Hufflepuff — and they're not sure how they feel about it.

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"I'm thrilled," said Lewis unconvincingly. "No, I am, I am really happy with Hufflepuff. Of course I am. Excellent. That's cool. That's wicked. Thanks, guys."

Just remember, Matthew: It is our choices that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.