The “Desperado” has officially ridden off into the sunset from the “Working Girl.”
Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith have finalized their divorce — more than a year after splitting up — by agreeing to divide their combined film earnings from 2004-’14, according to court documents.
Antonio, 55, will also pay $65,000 a month in spousal support to Melanie, 58, whom he married in 1996.
A post-nuptial agreement they signed in 2004 stipulates the couple will split the payouts from films such as “Machete Kills,” “Puss in Boots” and “Shrek 2,” in which Antonio starred, but each keeps the income from films they made before 2004.
The pair — who announced an amicable split in June 2014 — have already sold their L.A. mansion and split the proceeds. Melanie is keeping the home in Aspen, Colo.
The newly independent duo also had to split a fine-art collection: She got the Pablo Picasso painting, while he took pencil drawings by Picasso and Diego Rivera.
Melanie also had an “Antonio” tattoo removed from her arm.