Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas hit the red carpet together for first time since split
Another good sign for Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas. The formerly estranged couple put on a united front Tuesday night in New York for the opening of Steven Soderbergh's new play, "The Library," at the Public Theater. The pair have stepped out a few other times since separating eight months ago, but Tuesday marked their first official appearance together since they announced plans to "evaluate and work on their marriage" in 2013. It remained unclear whether Zeta-Jones and Douglas, who have been married for 13 years, were together out of love or as a show of support for Soderbergh, with whom they've both filmed multiple movies.