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Finn (John Boyega) in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

SALT LAKE CITY — recently divided each of the main characters from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” into their own separate Hogwarts houses.

Not only were the chosen homes full of punnery, but the choices actually fit many of the character traits.

For example, the Sorting Hat placed Finn into Gryffindor — which labeled as “Gry-FINN-dor” — because of his bravery and heroism.

Meanwhile, the villainous Kylo Ren sorted into Slytherin — or “Sly-the-REN” — in the list.

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“This seems obvious, but it’s not just due to his turn to the Dark Side. Kylo Ren is ambitious for sure, as you’d have to buy into the First Order’s grand plans if you wanted to stick around for any length of time. He’s also obsessed with his heritage, much like a pureblood wizard might be — hanging onto grandpa’s old helmet and modeling himself on Vader’s example,” wrote.

See where Rey and Poe Dameron wound up over at

“The Last Jedi” hits theaters Friday, Dec. 15.