It may not be easy forming a team to defend the world from the biggest threat ever, but for Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, it might be piece of cake. In fact, the latest featurette for "Justice League" delves into why the character is the team's glue. As per Gamespot, this won't be the first time Wonder Woman puts together a team to fight evil, given that it's what exactly she did in her blockbuster standalone film this year. In the featurette, Gadot shares, "She's this glue to the team. She makes each and everyone one of them feel stronger and capable." In one of the film's trailers, she's known to say "We can't save the world alone. We do this together."

How Wonder Woman has changed since 'BvS'

Since "Wonder Woman" hit theaters this June, many fans are wondering what kind of superhero they'll meet when "Justice League" is released in theaters this November.

In her standalone film, viewers saw a wide-eyed, innocent Diana who went through challenges and heartbreak to open her eyes to both the evil and good in the world, and in man. In the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" timeline, it is implied that she kept a low profile for the last century or so, but the ending of the Patty Jenkins-directed film showed just how she has a soft spot for humans. Gal Gadot is currently in Asia to promote the film, and she had a few things to say about her character development.

Gal Gadot on why the superhero won't 'give up on mankind'

"Wonder Woman" saw a rude awakening for Diana, Princess of Themyscira. She came to the realization that man is both good and evil. But now that Diana is more mature and has watched as humans developed throughout time, she realized that "they are her calling," Gadot said, according to Screen Rant.

The actress explained that in the upcoming "Justice League," "We realized that actually, there is no way that Wonder Woman will ever give up on mankind. The reason why she left the island was that she wanted to make their life better and safer."

Actress on correcting a creative decision

Gal Gadot admitted that there were some creative decisions made that were "not necessarily the right decision," but in time, there was always a chance to correct it. She explained, "Wonder Woman will always be there as far as she concerns for mankind." It would be interesting to see how she rallies for the entire planet in the upcoming "Justice League," which reunites her with Ben Affleck's Batman. Together, they will recruit The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg to honor Superman and fight Steppenwolf, who threatens to destroy the world. "Justice League" opens on November 17.