In a recent interview with Vulture, Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in all the Harry Potter movies, expressed his disdain for the Hufflepuff house.
If you followed the franchise, or live on planet Earth, you know that Ron Weasley was a proud Gryffindor and didn’t really care for any of the other houses in Hogwarts.
Grint tells Vulture that after taking a very accurate Pottermore quiz, he was sorted into the Hufflepuff house and was outraged with the results. Naturally, Grint took the quiz multiple times, and garnered the same results.
"I think I [took the quiz] a few times as well, and it was always Hufflepuff. You want to be like Gryffindor or Slytherin."
Okay, am I the only one who’s weirded out by Grint saying Slytherin was one of the cool houses at Hogwarts? Gryffindor royalty, James Potter, hated Slytherin and wouldn’t have agreed with Grint’s sentiment.
In the Order of the Phoenix, when Harry Potter—James' son—goes into Snape’s memory using the Pensive, he bumps into his dad talking smack about the Slytherin house saying:
“Who wants to be in Slytherin? I think I'd leave, wouldn't you?”
If the preceding line sounds eerily familiar, it’s because the vile pure-blood Slytherin himself, Draco Malfoy, said the same line when he met Harry in Diagon Alley.
“Imagine being in Hufflepuff, I think I'd leave, wouldn't you?”
Creepy! Turns Out the Potter’s and the Malfoy’s are two sides of the same coin, ehh?