The hearing was scheduled to set a date for trial, which Jenna had requested due to unresolved issues she had with Channing.
Back in May, Jenna had filed docs letting the court know she had hit a wall in negotiations with Channing. The couple is still fighting over what cut they get from the Magic Mike franchise, which not only includes movies but a live show. A reality show is also set to be released by HBOMax.
Jenna was married to Channing when the first movie came out and she even helped find choreographers for the live show. She also moved to London to take care of their family when he was working on it.
The exes have been trying to come to an agreement for several months but can't come to terms with percentages. Channing and Tatum now have until February to reach a deal or they will be facing off in court.
Back in October 2018, Jenna filed for divorce after 10 years of marriage. She requested joint legal and physical custody of their daughter Everly.
The judge signed off on them being officially single in 2019 but the case is still dragging on due to the unresolved issues of property and spousal support.
At time, the split has been nasty with Channing and Jenna fighting over a custody schedule. She accused him of being hard to work with when it came to being flexible due to their busy schedules.
Sources close to the couple claimed Jenna had issues with Channing not allowing Everly to FaceTime when he had custody. They also said he rarely FaceTimed when Jenna had custody. A source connected to Channing denied the claims and accused Jenna of making things difficult.
The case is ongoing.