The former couple filed documents in their ongoing divorce, obtained by The Blast, asking to extend the "temporary judge" in their case so that it remains private while both parties continue to discuss custody and distribution of assets.
Most divorces usually don't take as long as Pitt and Jolie's -- but most couples don't have as many kids, or as much money as the two Hollywood juggernauts.
Sources close to the case tell us the talks have been very amicable, with both sides keeping their composure and negotiating peacefully.
The court agreed that everything is going smoothly, and let the private talks continue.
Pitt and Jolie got engaged in 2012, married in 2014, and she filed for divorce in 2016. Last year the ex-couple agreed to a temporary custody agreement that kept Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox in Jolie's custody with visitation given to Pitt. He has maintained that he wants joint custody of the children.