Jolie Pitt filed for divorce on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences without seeking spousal support. But things aren't that simple. The multi-talented duo got together in the mid-2000s and wed only two years ago.
They also welcomed three children during their time together and adopted more, for a total of six kids.
How the assets will be split between the two remains to be seen, but Forbes broke down what the duo is worth and how much they have made since tying the knot in 2014.
In the past 12 years, the couple overall pulled in north of $550 million, with more than $300 million attributed to Pitt, according to the financial magazine. Since 2014, Pitt earned around $76 million of the duo's $117.5 million.
Cash isn't the only asset to divide. There are also other tangible assets they have purchased in recent years, most notably Château Miraval and the couple's wine line.
They purchased Miraval four years ago for $60 million and even wed there in 2014. But the property has been more than just a beautiful wedding venue, creating some of the most sought-after wines in the world.
Just three years ago, a single line of Miraval rosé sold out in just hours, with customers chomping at the bit to get their hands on 6,000 bottles at 105 Euros a pop. Currently, Miraval offers four wines -- one rosé, two whites, and one red, according to Fortune magazine.
In addition to Miraval, the couple owns properties in California and New Orleans. The Pitts tried to sell their French Quarter property last year for $6.5 million, but lowered the asking price before taking it off the market, Variety reports.
Pitt and Jolie Pitt also are strongly invested in movie production. Pitt with his Plan B production company -- "Troy," "World War Z," and "Selma" are just a few of its credits -- and Jolie famously producing such films as "Unbroken" in 2014.
And of course, the pair are still starring in major motion pictures. Pitt has three movies coming out in the next two years: "Allied," "War Machine" and "World War Z 2." Jolie has "Maleficent 2," which was just announced earlier this year.