Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a film set in an alternate universe where the wizarding world had been transformed into a totalitarian society, and the main characters were called the Hufflepuffs.
The film was released in 2020 and is based on the novel by J.K. Rowling.
The movie also featured a special feature that introduced the Hufflepuff crest.
The first film’s uniforms featured a dark red hue with a grey-black pattern on the chest and trousers.
The second film’s outfits featured a light grey and white pattern on both sides of the chest.
Both films featured a red cape and a black hooded jacket with a white waistband.
The third film’s outfit was grey and black, with white pants and a red scarf.
The fourth film’s robes featured a white-and-gold colour scheme with grey-and black pants.
The fifth film’s uniform was red, with grey pants and black hood.
The sixth film’s clothes were black and grey with red piping.
The seventh film’s attire was white, with red pants and grey hood.
A seventh film was also released that had black and red piping on the sides of its robes, and a grey and blue cape.
A eighth film was titled Harry Potter: A New Order, which also featured black and white piping on its robes.
The ninth film was entitled Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, and featured black-and red piping across the sides.
The tenth film was named Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban, and its robes featured grey and red patterns across the chest, trousers, and socks.
The eleventh film was called Harry Potter AND The Goblet Of Fire, and features a white cape with a red waistband and a green hooded cap.
The twelfth film was Harry Potter The Half-Blood Prince, which featured a black-red pattern across the front of the robes.
And the thirteenth film was The Gobblewonker, which has black and blue piping across both sides.