2015 CrossFit Games Athlete Brooke Ence Appears in “Justice League” Sizzle Reel

Brooke Ence made her CrossFit Games debut in 2015, but she missed out on qualifying after a close finish at the 2016 California Regional. But the 27 year old athlete has still stayed very busy this year, and she apparently spent part of 2016 in Europe filming the upcoming Justice League movie based on the DC superhero team.

Check at Ence at 0:49 in the new sizzle reel below. The theory is that she’s playing an Amazon — in case you’re a comic book newbie, Wonder Woman is as well — and catches a wall on her back with another actress. Full character details for Ence have yet to be released.

We’re assuming the footage was from rehearsal or it will be covered with CGI, as her workout gear and NOBULL trainers probably don’t meet superhero uniform standards in the DC Universe.

Justice League opens in theaters November 17th, 2017. Below is a post from Ence celebrating her birthday in London, where much of the movie was filmed.


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David graduated from Harvard University and served for several years as Editorial Director/Chief Content Officer of Greatist.com. In addition to his work in the health & fitness industry, David has been a writer for Fortune and Fortune.com, as well as a contributor to Forbes.com, Slate, and numerous other outlets across the web and in print. He's especially passionate about the intersection of strength sports and quality, professional media coverage — overlapping interests shared by the BarBend editorial team and which drive their content strategy each and every day.

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