RACHAEL Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies have finalized their divorce two years after they split. The official split comes following the news that
RACHAEL Leigh Cook and Daniel Gillies have finalized their divorce two years after they split.
The official split comes following the news that Netflix has acquired the rights for her news movie He’s All That.
Us Weekly confirmed on Wednesday that Rachael, 45, and Daniel, 45, finalized their divorce.
According to documents obtained by the outlet, a Los Angeles-based judge signed off on the divorce on March 10.
The case was resolved in mediation, while the legal document detailed the exes’ plans for their children and pets as they move forward.
Neither party will receive spousal support, while the former couple will share joint physical and legal custody of their children.
The divorce was finalized on March 10[/caption]
The exes will share joint custody of their children[/caption]
The She’s All That actress and The Originals alum share seven-year-old daughter Charlotte and five-year-old son Theodore.
The agreement states: “Neither party shall make or allow others to make negative comments about the other parent or the other parent’s past or present relationships, family or friends within hearing distance of the children.”
The exes will also share equal custody and costs of their two dogs and two cats.
While the Hallmark Channel actress and the Virgin River star are selling their $1.9 million family home in Los Angeles and will divide the proceeds, Rachael is set to keep their property in Redondo Beach, California.
She will also keep a 2020 Audi and her personal items, while Gillies will be granted ownership of his 2019 BMW, the title and interest associated with Lovesfool Productions, Inc. and his personal items.
The pair split after nearly 15 years of marriage[/caption]
The famous pair announced they called it quits in June 2019 following nearly 15 years of marriage.
The news of the finalized divorce comes shortly after Deadline reported that Netflix acquired the distribution rights for Rachael’s new film He’s All That.
The actress starred in She’s All That, the inspiration for the film, with Freddie Prinze Jr. in 1999.
The gender-swapped reimagining will star TikTok sensation Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan and Rachael in a new role.
It was recently revealed He’s All That was acquired by Netflix[/caption]
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Sources told the outlet that the streaming service bought the film for over $20 million.
Addison is set to star as Padgett Sawyer, inspired by Freddie’s Zackary Siler role.
The new film will be told from a teenage girl’s perspective, as it will follow an influencer (Rae) who accepts a challenge to turn the school’s biggest loser (Buchanan) into prom king.
Rachael is set to appear in the reimagining of the 1999 film[/caption]