Colin Firth or Matthew Macfadyen? Fans debate the best on-screen Mr. Darcy

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Amid all the debates about what defines the generational divide between Gen-X, Millennials and Zoomers, we all forgot one crucial factor: Which version of Mr. Darcy did you grow up with?

The Darcy Debate reignited on Twitter this week, thanks to a simple poll from @eisreading(aka Elizabeth.) Namely, are you fan of Colin Firths Pride & Prejudice adaptation,or do you prefer the 2005 movie with Keira Knightley and Matthew Mcfadyen? And either way, how old are you? I just wanted to show some friends that Gen X likes Colin Firth and Millennials like Matthew Macfadyen, Elizabeth told the Daily Dot in a DM. But it turns out the results were a little more complicated than that.

Colin Firth (now 59 years old) is arguably still known as a rom-com hearththrob, although hes actually done more dramas and historical movies than straight-up romances likeBridge Joneswhich was itself a direct riff onPride & Prejudice. For many people, his role in the 1995 miniseries is the definitive Mr. Darcy, and his popularity seemingly has little to do with age or generational divides.

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Meanwhile, the 2005Pride & Prejudice remains Matthew Macfadyens most famous movie, and probably his biggest role as a romantic lead. These days, hes better known to U.S. audiences as the buffoonish businessman Tom Wamsgans in HBOsSuccession, a darkly satirical comedy character who is about as far from Mr. Darcys brooding sincerity as you can get.