Statuesque model-turned-Oscar-winner Geena Davis made it offical Tuesday, filing for divorce from swarthy Finnish director Renny Harlin after nearly four years of marriage.
Those pesky "irreconcilable differences" were to blame, according to a statement from Davis' publicist. The couple have no kids but will reportedly share custody of their brood of dogs.
The towering twosome (she stands six feet tall; Harlin measures a gangly six feet, four inches) separated in April but often have been seen together in public since.
In true Hollywood style, they formally announced their split with a press release, saying they would remain friends and business partners. But today's statement proclaims that Davis will ditch the production company which she shared with Harlin, Forge, and form her own production company, Genial (get it?) Pictures.
The duo brought quite a pedigree together when they got hitched back in September 1993. She picked up an Oscar for her supporting turn in 1988's The Accidental Tourist, and had starred in hits like Tootsie and Thelma and Louise. He was known for his mega-successful action flicks, Die Hard 2 and Cliffhanger.
In spite of those impressive credentials, Davis and Harlin's film union was a bust from the get-go. Their first effort, as co-producers, was 1994's Speechless, the romantic comedy starring Davis and Michael Keaton as rival political speech writers. The movie received lukewarm receptions from critics and audiences alike. As it turned out, their highwater mark.
That was followed in 1995 by the Harlin-directed Cutthroat Island, the misbegotten, $90 million-plus pirate movie starring Davis and renowned swashbuckler, Matthew Modine. It was a bomb that helped sink a studio, Carolco Pictures.
Last year's The Long Kiss Goodnight, also directed by Harlin and starring Davis, fared better, critically and financially, but still got pegged a box-office disappointment. ("If it isn't a success, that still wouldn't be grounds for divorce," Davis joked about the film last year. Think she's still chuckling?)
Harlin was Davis' third husband. She was also previously married to Jeff Goldblum (The Lost World), from 1987 to 1990.