Tom Felton sorted into Gryffindor on Pottermore, J.K. Rowling responds

"When will my reflection show who I am inside?" - Tom Felton today, probably.

“When will my reflection show who I am inside?” – Tom Felton today, probably.

Do you think his father heard about this?

Today, Tom Felton, who played Slytherin bad-boy and Harry Potter archenemy Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series, tweeted out a message announcing that he was sorted into Gryffindor on Pottermore.

Not only did the tweet receive massive attention on the Internet from fans, but the Harry Potter author herself, J.K. Rowling, responded to Felton’s tweet.

Though some say the Sorting Hat is rigged, J.K. Rowling’s claim is not unlikely, as she was the one who created the questionnaire for her Pottermore website.

Felton is not the only Potter film alum to be disappointed with their Pottermore results. Way back in 2011, Luna Lovegood actress Evanna Lynch was shocked when she was sorted into Gryffindor after she took the test. So, the identity crises live on. *cue Pottermore by Alex Carpenter*

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One response to “Tom Felton sorted into Gryffindor on Pottermore, J.K. Rowling responds

  1. Reblogged this on Geek Out Girl and commented:
    Yes, everyone should be sad they didn’t get into Slytherin. Or Hufflepuff. Slytherpuffs forever!!!

    Lol, joking of course. I love all the houses because there’s so much good in all of them. People just seem to like to generalize Slytherins as being evil, Hufflepuffs as being stupid, Ravenclaws as being snobs, and Gryffindors as the best people in the world. There is good and bad in each house.

    That being said, I’m a proud Slytherin. And everyone says I’m the nicest person they’ve ever met, haha. My best friend is a proud Hufflepuff and she’s far from stupid.

    I will say this though. It takes a certain type of people to be actors. I think that’s why Felton and Lynch got Gryffindors. It’s not a bad thing. Nor am I saying that all actors are Gryffindors. I’m just saying there may be common trait somewhere there.

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