Josh Brolin and Diane Lane have finalized their divorce.
The pair had separated earlier this year, and Los Angeles County Superior Court documents filed Nov. 27 made the split official.
Lane, 48, who had legally changed her name to Diane Lane Brolin, has restored her name to Diane Lane.
Last month, Brolin, 45, checked into a rehab facility following several public altercations.
The actors were married in 2004, during a ceremony at Brolin’s central California ranch.
The couple have had a tumultuous marriage, as Brolin was arrested just four months after the wedding for spousal battery. Although Lane phoned police claiming Brolin had hit her, she did not press charges.
After the couple separated, James Brolin, Josh’s father, told PEOPLE the split was “mutual.”
“He’s great,” James said. “You know, everything is mutual. It’s all okay.”
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced that the newest Superman film entitled MAN OF STEEL (click the link to read the review), from director Zack Snyder and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe and Kevin Costner, will be available in a 3D Blu-ray combo pack as well as a Blu-ray combo pack on November 12, 2013. There will also be a 3D Limited Collector’s Edition, which features the theatrical version of the film in 3D hi-definition, hi-definition and standard definition, and also includes a limited release metal “S” glyph with lucite glass stand. Snazzy.
Here’s the official synopsis for MAN OF STEEL: A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.
LOS ANGELES — Superman blockbuster “Man of Steel” soared to the top of the North American box office this weekend, scoring a $113-million opening despite mixed reviews, provisional figures showed Sunday.
The Zach Snyder-directed movie stars British actor Henry Cavill as the iconic superhero, with Oscar-nominated actress Amy Adams playing Daily Planet journalist Lois Lane in a cast that also includes Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner and Diane Lane.
The movie is the latest attempt to build a money-spinning franchise around the planet Krypton’s most famous son, and follows a 2006 reboot by Warner Bros — “Superman Returns” — which ultimately stalled after one film.
Snyder’s movie has divided critics however, scoring a modest 56 percent rating on the movie review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, with many complaining of an over-reliance on computer-generated imagery against plot.
Meanwhile another new film, “This Is The End,” a comedy starring James Franco and Jonah Hill, opened in second place with $20.5 million, figures from the industry tracker Exhibitor Relations showed.
Sleeper hit “Now You See Me,” about an FBI agent and an Interpol detective who hunt down a team of illusionists performing bank heists during their shows, held on to third place with $10.3 million.
Action sequel “Fast & Furious 6,” starring Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, added another $9.4 million, taking its outright haul to $219.5 million and positioning it in fourth place.
Low-budget horror film “The Purge” — which scored a surprisingly strong opening last week to top the box office — fell to fifth place with $8.2 million.
However, the $3 million Universal feature starring Ethan Hawke and “Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey has now earned a total of $51.8 million, with a sequel already in the works, according to industry reports.
In sixth place was the Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson comedy “The Internship,” which sees the “Wedding Crashers” co-stars competing with tech-savvy wizards after scoring an internship at Google. The film took $7 million.
In seventh spot was animated film “Epic” with $6 million, just ahead of “Star Trek: Into Darkness” with $5.7 million, which has earned $210.5 million so far.
Another science-fiction offering, the critically-savaged Will Smith vehicle “After Earth” was ninth with $3.7 million.
Superhero sequel “Iron Man 3″ rounded out the top 10 with $2.9 million in its seventh week, for a total of $399.6 million since its release in May.