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Top Film Franchise: Fans Of 'Harry Potter,' 'Star Wars' And More Battle It Out In Ultimate Fan Face-Off

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Top Film Franchise: From "Harry Potter" to "Star Wars," vote for your favorite now

Twi-hards may get a bad rap for being crazy fanatics, but HuffPost Entertainment were overwhelmingly on Team Bond. In our Ultimate Fan Face-Off, 62 percent of voters deemed "James Bond" the better franchise over "Twilight." Sorry Edward Cullen, it looks like your sparkly pale skin isn't winning over any voters.

Though our readers seem to be pulling for big fantasy franchises like "Harry Potter" and "Star Wars," one franchise was shockingly knocked out early. Although it was a close race, "Back to the Future" fans were loyal to Marty McFly and they narrowly edged out "Star Trek" from the next round with 52 percent of the vote.

So it's down to the final eight franchises. Take a look at the bracket below (in case you need a refresher, hover over the movie posters for a brief summary of the series), then make your picks in the polls that follow.

It's that easy. Then check back to see how your fellow entertainment junkies voted. Warning: This could potentially ruin your Internet friendships.

Check back Thursday, April 26 to see which film franchises made it to the next round.

ROUND 2: "Star Wars" v. "Indiana Jones"

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ROUND 2: "Harry Potter" v. "The Godfather"

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ROUND 2: "Back to the Future" v. "James Bond"

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ROUND 2: "Lord of the Rings" v. "X-Men"

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