Las Vegas star James Caan is calling off the divorce that was filed last month, and he’s moving back in with his wife of nearly 10 years, Linda, reports
Caan, 65, had filed for divorce from Linda, 50, on April 18 citing irreconcilable differences. The couple have two sons, James Jr., 9, and Jacob, 6.
No details regarding any reconciliation have been given.
At the time that Caan announced his split, he said: "I love and respect my wife as a friend and as a mother. Our goal in life is to continue to be great parents and great friends. Our children are our entire lives and they will remain as such."
Caan rose to fame (and received an Oscar nomination) as hotheaded Sonny
Corleone in 1972's The Godfather, and at the height of his movie career his film credits included 1975’s Funny Lady, with Barbra Streisand.
He and his wife, the former Linda Stokes, were married Oct. 7, 1995, according to the court papers filed in the case.
Caan's previous three marriages – each of which produced one child – ended in divorce.