‘Twilight’ Meets ‘Harry Potter’ With Our Celebrity Sorting Hat!

It all ends in 10 days. Harry, Hermione and Ron will grace the silver screen for the last time beginning July 15, and the moment couldn’t be more bittersweet. On the one hand, we’ve been waiting to see the saga’s final chapter for years. On the other, it means saying goodbye to 64-plus characters we’ve learned to love (or loath) over the years.

As we contemplate the series’ end, we couldn’t help but wonder how some of our favorite celebrities would have fit into the “Harry Potter” universe. (Can you imagine “Vampire Diaries”’ Kat Graham going toe-to-toe with Emma Watson?) Hence, our week-long feature, Celebrity Sorting Hat! Each day, we’ll take the cast of a beloved television series or movie and let you decide which Hogwarts house they’d draw.

Today (unsurprisingly) we begin with “Twilight.” Leading man Robert Pattinson may have been a proud Hufflepuff as Cedric Diggory, but would he fit in as Robert Pattinson? Now’s your chance to decide. Cast your vote for the five “Twilight” stars below (repeat: the star, not their “Twilight” character), and we’ll reveal the results next week! (For a refresher, we’ve included the descriptions of each house below the polls.)

And don’t forget to visit MTV Movies Blog to cast your vote in their Harry Potter World Cup!

Gryffindor values “courage, bravery, loyalty, nerve and chivalry.” It’s probably the most coveted house among fans because it is the house of Harry, Ron and Hermione. The books go the most in depth about Gryffindor, as well, from the layout of the dormitory to the history, as well as details of the “current” students.

Slytherin values “ambition, cunning, leadership, resourcefulness, and most of all, pure wizard blood.” So, yeah, for the most part Rowling describes it as a pretty damn evil house.

Ravenclaw values “intelligence, creativity, learning and wit.” There’s not a TON about Ravenclaw in the books but you get the sense there’d be a lot of hipsters in this house.

Hufflepuff values “hard work, tolerance, loyalty and fair play.” It’s probably the most inclusive of all the houses and the house of Cedric Diggory (a.k.a. Robert Pattinson). It seems like if you’re magical and just want to keep your head down and go to school and not get involved in any mysteries, then this is the house for you.