"Diane Lane and Josh Brolin have decided to end their marriage," their reps confirmed in a statement to ABC News.
Brolin, 45, whose latest film is "Gangster Squad," and Lane, 48, star of "Cinema Verite" and "Under the Tuscan Sun," married in 2004.
They have no children together.
This will be the second divorce for both. Lane was previously married to "Tarzan" actor Christopher Lambert from 1988 to 1994. Brolin's first marriage was to actress Alice Adair, with whom he has two children, Trevor, 24, and Eden, 18.
Brolin started off 2013 in handcuffs, with a misdemeanor public intoxication charge on New Year's Day.
"New Year's, that's what happened," Brolin told " Good Morning America" last month about his arrest. "I'm the one guy who's out there and they go, 'Hey that's Josh. Let's grab him.'"
The Associated Press reported that Brolin was not given a citation for the arrest and will likely not have to appear in court. Brolin said the incident, which made headlines, was blown out of proportion.
"It was New Year's. It was a pretty innocent thing. It was a fun thing," he said. "The most awful thing about it is you see this shot of me, they don't show you the other shot when I turn and I have a huge smile on my face."