Danny DeVito and Rhea Pearlman have reportedly called off their separation.
The 68-year-old actor and the 64-year-old actress announced their split in October after 30 years of marriage but have been working on their relationship in past months and have decided to give their union another chance.
A source told People magazine: "They love each other. Always have and always will.”
The couple - who met in 1970 and tied the knot in 1982 - have not filed divorce papers and first sparked speculation they were reuniting when they were seen together at Los Angeles International Airport in November.
DeVito and Pearlman met when she went to see off-Broadway play 'The Shrinking Bride', which the actor was appearing in.
The couple - who have three children Lucy, Grace and Jacob, together - founded production company Jersey Films, which is behind 1994 crime movie 'Pulp Fiction' as well as 'Garden State' and 'Freedom Writers'.
DeVito previously revealed he is still "really close" to the actress and was hoping to get back together.
Asked about life as a single man, he said: 'It's not something you adjust to. Rhea and I are really close. Actually, still together, just separate, but together."
Asked if were getting back together, he added: "We're working on it."