Clint Barton (Hawkeye): Hufflepuff
Hufflepuff is an inclusive house, perfect for those individuals who don't have strong characteristics of the other houses. While Hawkeye is brave and intelligent, he doesn't really fit well as a Gryffindor or a Ravenclaw.
Tom Holland's Hogwarts House is Gryffindor
As a fan of the Harry Potter series, Holland learned which Hogwarts House he would be sorted into. During a BBC Radio 1, Holland said he was nervous about taking the well-known Pottermore test. “I took a quiz online, and I was Gryffindor,” said Holland.
Peter Parker / Spider-Man (Tom Holland) – Gryffindor
Although he is very loyal to his friends, and the fact that he was able to escape the mirror dimension using math demonstrates his incredible intelligence, his dominant traits are bravery and courage.
Superman. Superman is also known as The Big Blue Boy Scout. That should be enough to prove his Hufflepuff status. Ma and Pa Kent raised their son to value fair play, to work hard, and to stay humble.
Harley Quinn - Hufflepuff
Make no bones about it, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is a Hufflepuff. Despite her eccentricities, Harley's most consistent traits are her endurance and loyalty.
Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) - Slytherin
Though it is Hufflepuff that is the house best known for loyalty, once a Slytherin's affection is earned, they can be incredibly faithful.
Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow): Slytherin.
Tony Stark (Iron Man): Ravenclaw.
Tom claims to be a Gryffindor even though his fans are convinced he's a Hufflepuff. “Gryffindor,” Tom said of his house on an Instagram Live from 2018. “100% a Gryffindor student because that's where Harry Potter's from, and it's the best one!
Loki – Slytherin
Throughout the series, this mission leads Loki to demonstrate some great redemptive moments. However, he is still an ambitious character at his core who manipulates his situation and the people around him to get what he wants, putting him firmly in Slytherin.
Credit: Warner Bros. After playing the character Draco Malfoy across eight Harry Potter films, actor Tom Felton recently discovered that he was not a Slytherin at heart. According to his official "Wizarding Passport" from the Wizarding World website, Felton is actually a Hufflepuff.
She also shared that she identifies as a Gryffindor. The actors then revealed if they believed their pets would also be Gryffindors.
' In fact, the most evil deed we can remember a Hufflepuff ever doing was Ernie Macmillan wearing a 'Potter Stinks' badge.
Rapunzel - Ravenclaw
Because Rapunzel is the most imaginative Disney princess, Ravenclaw is lucky to have her. She develops her creative skills throughout her entire life while imprisoned in the tower. She also has a strong mind and is a quick learner.
Batman's Gryffindor-ish courage is never in question, and he's brilliant enough to be a leader in Ravenclaw. He struggles with human relationships, so he'd struggle in Hufflepuff as well.
Even with the popularity of Joaquin Phoenix's recent Joker, Heath Ledger's Joker remains the fan-favorite. It might be easy to say that Joker is a Slytherin because of his evil deeds and constant obsession with chaos, but once you think about it, it becomes obvious that he is actually a Ravenclaw gone rogue.
Sherlock Holmes – Ravenclaw
It's no surprise that the consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, belongs in Ravenclaw House with his vast intelligence (in subjects he deems important), high regard for knowledge and logic, and impressive deductive skills.
In the world of Harry Potter as we know it, there are no recorded instances of a person who was sorted into Hufflepuff ever becoming a Death Eater, or any other kind of Dark Wizard for that matter.
Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody is a Hufflepuff.
Batman came close to being a Slytherin since he became a vigilante to satiate his inner darkness rather than for good, but he proved himself to be a Gryffindor by the end.
Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader: Gryffindor.
So, there we have it! Any Hogwarts house would have been lucky to count Luna Lovegood amongst its numbers, but with apologies to Gryffindor, Slytherin and Huffepuff – we reckon the Sorting Hat got it right with Ravenclaw!