Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum will reportedly continue to work together despite their breakup.
The couple announced their split after nine years of marriage earlier this week - revealing in a joint statement they had "lovingly chosen to separate" - and it is said they remain on good terms.
According to TMZ, the former lovebirds see it as business as normal for their professional joint ventures, including acting as executive producers for new YouTube red series 'Step Up: High Water'.
The report adds that the pair could be open to partnering up on future 'Step Up' projects - after meeting on the set of the 2006 dance movie - and "have no issues moving forward and working together".
Both Channing and Jenna took to their own Instagram accounts this week to confirm the split in identical statements, and insisted there were "no secrets nor salacious events" leading to their decision to call time on their marriage.