Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are friendly exes while watching their son Otis, nine, play soccer in Los Feliz... after hanging out with Chris Pine

Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde beamed with pride as they cheered on their son Otis, nine, at a soccer game in Los Feliz, California on Saturday afternoon. While showing their support for their eldest child, the 47-year-old Ted Lasso actor and Don't Worry Darling director, 39, stood side-by-side, next to the other parents, on a grassy field. For the occasion, the House star, who cradled an adorable Goldendoodle puppy in her arms, rocked a denim jumpsuit and straw hat. She accessorized her casual ensemble with a pair of oversized black shades over her grey-blue eyes. Sudeikis opted to wear a bright yellow hoodie, olive green shorts, a 'Summer Breeze' baseball cap and gold aviator sunglasses. Wilde came prepared for a long day in the sun as she held onto a light blue reusable water bottle. Earlier in the day, she was seen hanging out with fellow actor, Chris Pine, and some friends outside FotoKem post-production studio in Los Angeles. The pair previously worked together on Don't Worry Darling, which came out last year, and the 2012 comedy, People Like Us. As they chatted in the parking lot, Wilde sported a grey sweater under a denim jacket with sherpa lining. Meanwhile, Pine, 42, looked handsome in a jean jacket and matching bottoms. During a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, she gushed about feeling 'so lucky.' 'I feel like this is just a wonderful time and I'm working hard and my kids are healthy, and I get to come have fun with people I really admire. Things are good,' she added. She and her ex-fiance split back in November 2020 and are currently undergoing a child custody battle. The Hollywood stars have additionally been thrust back into the spotlight amid their former nanny's wrongful termination lawsuit. In new legal documents obtained by TMZ, the former couple claimed their former nanny, Ericka Gernaro, did not file her wrongful termination lawsuit correctly in California as a civil lawsuit. They further claim that the lawsuit should have been filed in the state of New York as a private arbitration. The former couple informed TMZ in a statement, 'It is unfortunate that this private matter continues to play out in the press.' 'Our focus has been and will continue to be to steadfastly protect our family in the face of harassment of any kind. We are confident that the evidence brought forward will affirm our position to summarily dismiss this case and bring our family peace.' The nanny claimed she was fired after asking for a three day medical leave due to stress from the job, but the two stars alleged that she was not fired, but actually resigned.