Former Hollywood power couple Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman have settled their financial differences and custody battle over their two children.

The actors, who divorced in August after 10 years of marriage, reached an agreement Wednesday.

"It's a done deal," said Cruise's attorney, Dennis Wasser.

Details of the agreement are confidential but Wasser said Cruise and Kidman will share custody of their two adopted children, Isabella, 8, and Conor, 6.

A joint statement released by both Wasser and Kidman's lawyer, Sorrell Trope, said their clients "have come to an amicable, full resolution of all issues. This was done to ensure that the best interests of their children were protected."

Cruise, 39, and Kidman, 34, announced their separation Feb. 5. Cruise filed for divorce days later, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

Their combined fortune has been estimated at more than $150 million. It was not know how the money will be divided.

Cruise has been dating actress Penelope Cruz after working together on Vanilla Sky, Cameron Crowe's romantic thriller which opens in December.