Zoë Kravitz Is Not Dating Channing Tatum as Rumors Swirl amid Her Divorce, Says Source
"They're working together on an upcoming project and it's not true that they're dating," the source claims.
The two have previously worked together on 2017's The Lego Batman Movie voicing Clark Kent (Tatum) and Cat Woman (Kravitz).
Kravitz is currently playing Selina Kyle/Cat Woman in the Robert Pattinson-led film The Batman.
The actress filed for divorce from Glusman, 32, on Dec. 23, according to in court records previously obtained by PEOPLE. A rep for Kravitz confirmed the split exclusively to PEOPLE on Saturday.
Over the summer, the actress celebrated the pair’s wedding anniversary, sharing a black-and-white photo from their nuptials. "One year," she captioned the image.
In the post, the Big Little Lies star shared a meme of a drag queen putting a bag of trash into a dumpster, with the bag labeled: "People places and things that no longer serve my greatest and highest good."
While the pair have removed all photos of one another on their respective Instagram pages, they still follow each other on the social media platform.
In May 2020, the High Fidelity star appeared on Dax Shepard's podcast Armchair Expert and called Glusman "the one" when Shepard, 46, asked how she knew that she would get married.
"I feel I’ve known him my entire life," Kravitz told him. "He’s just one of the kindest people I’ve ever met."
Kravtiz also spoke about her marriage to Glusman in an interview with Variety that was published in June 2020.
"I’m married, and [making] less bad choices — I would like to think," she said. "You know, life is an ongoing struggle, so of course, there’s always work to be done. But there’s that first step where it’s like, I’m an adult."
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