Amber Heard
Amber Heard refuses to put a label on her sexuality and said she simply likes what she likes. In this photo, the actress poses at the premiere of “3 Days to Kill” in Los Angeles, California on Feb. 12, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

“Aquaman” star Amber Heard was previously married to Johnny Depp, and she also used to date artist and photographer Tasya van Ree.

The actress has enjoyed relationships with both men and women. However, she refuses to classify herself as bisexual.

“I don’t identify as anything,” she said during an interview with Allure. “I’m a person. I like who I like. I happened to be dating a woman, and people started taking pictures of us walking to our car after dinner. I [was] holding her hand, and I realized that I have two options: I can let go of her hand and, when asked about it, I can say that my private life is my private life. Or I could not let go and own it.”

Growing up, the actress refused to conform to society’s gender standards. Even if all the other girls her age were into dolls and girly toys, she would have fun with different things. “I was wired from an early age: I don’t want to be the princess. I want to be the prince. I want to do the fun stuff. I would rather be brave or smart than pretty,” she said.

Heard’s fierce persona will be reflected on the big screen as she takes on the role of Mera. She is going to play the role in the upcoming “Justice League” movie, then reprise it again for the standalone “Aquaman” film starring Jason Momoa.

In the “Justice League,” Heard’s character will lend her weapon to Aquaman so he can help fight with his fellow superheroes. Momoa told WSVN-TV Miami's Chris Van Vliet that Aquaman does not have his trademark trident yet in the film. “It’s a quindent. We don’t call it that in the movie and when you watch ‘Aquaman' you're going to see him go for the trident, so everyone’s just got to stay tuned for a hot minute,” he explained. “He's not the king yet. He looks to Mera and he goes, ‘I need to borrow something. I need you to do me a favor.’ So that’s when she gives him the equipment.”

“Justice League” will hit theaters on Nov. 17, while “Aquaman” has been slated for release on Dec. 21, 2018.