Ellen Page: Coming Out Gave Me 'Freedom' to Wear What I Want (Video)

The actress also tells THR she'd like to return for more "X-Men" films beyond "Days of Future Past."

Ellen Page says she's more comfortable wearing what she likes now that she has publicly come out as a lesbian.

The actress says she favors "jeans and a T-shirt," or on formal occasions men's suits, but previously might have thought twice about what her clothing said about her sexual orientation.

"I get to wear what I want and not have conversations about it," Page told The Hollywood Reporter. "Coming out gives you more freedom because you're not thinking about those things."

COVER STORY: 'X-Men's' Ellen Page on Life After Coming Out, the Bryan Singer Case and Her Battle With Depression

The actress also teases her upcoming role in X-Men: Days of Future Past, saying her character Kitty Pryde is "more badass" in the sequel. She calls the film "raw and edgy" and says she'd like to be return "in the future" for more X-Men films.

Page made her comments during her cover shoot for the May 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Read the complete story here, where she also details her battle with depression and weighs in on the accusations against her X-Men director Bryan Singer.

See exclusive portraits of the actress from her THR cover shoot here. Page was photographed by Olivia Malone April 23 at the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.