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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.
Me on my way to tell you I prefer Colin Firth and I am 22 pic.twitter.com/21S7Db3OPf
— Snoop Doggy Dog (@Roe1Lauren) November 6, 2019
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.
5 weeks from 50 and if I have to choose, it would be Matthew for the voice and the walk across the misty field. However, my very favorite is Sir Laurence. https://t.co/ZE1qBxlmOp
— The Reese's Pumpkin Fangirl A.M.Y.