It's Instagram official.

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Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum have reached an important milestone in their increasingly public relationship. This Halloween, not only did the new couple hang, but they coordinated their costumes. What could be more official than that? Actually, I'll tell you: posting images of said costumes on social media — WHICH THEY ALSO DID.

The actors celebrated Halloweekend with an ode to Martin Scorsese's 1976 Oscar-nominated classic, Taxi Driver. And OK, if you're familiar with the film the costume might seem a tad inappropriate … Tatum dressed as Robert De Niro's Travis Bickle, wearing the requisite mohawk and army jacket, his face sprayed with a light spattering of blood. Kravitz posed by his side in a brimmed white hat, floral crop top, and red shorts, embodying Jodie Foster's controversial role of Iris Steensma, a teen prostitute (Foster was 12 at the time).  

Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum Have Reached the Couples Costume Level of Their Relationship
Credit: Instagram/channingtatum

Tatum shared individual shots of the two as well (character posters, if you will), bathed in the red glow of what appears to be a very appropriately decorated bar.

Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum Have Reached the Couples Costume Level of Their Relationship
Credit: Instagram/channingtatum
Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum Have Reached the Couples Costume Level of Their Relationship
Credit: Instagram/channingtatum

I know Pussy Island is coming, but can we please watch this remake first?