Both of their lawyers showed up to the Los Angeles Superior Court to update the judge on the status of their meditation attempts.
The minute order states Channing and Jenna told the court they need additional time to try and hash out a deal.
“Counsel inform the court that the parties are still working on settlement.,” the filing notes. As a result, they agreed to give themselves in June 2 or they will then go to trial.
This is the second time the former couple has requested an extension. Back in December, the two had decided not to set a trial date over the matter but instead asked for a couple months to figure things out.
Things aren’t going that well — due to them still not having any sort of proposal to show the court.
The battle over Magic Mike money has been going on for some time.
Jenna originally filed for divorce from the actor in October 2018 after 10 years of marriage. She requested joint legal and physical custody of their daughter, Everly.
The judge signed off on Channing and Jenna becoming legally single in 2019 but the two have been unable to reach a deal on support and the division of certain property. The case hasn't been incredibly friendly with both sides accusing the other of being difficult in court.
Last year, things started to heat up in the court battle when Jenna filed docs demanding a hearing. She explained Channing was not agreeing to the terms she presented over how to split the Magic Mike profits.
There are not only two films and another planned but a reality show on HBOMax and a live Vegas show.
When the first film was released, Jenna was still married to Channing. She believes he owes her a cut because she helped him find choreographers for the live show and even moved to London to take care of their family when Channing was working on the project.