We got a taste of Thor: Love and Thunder on Monday, as the movie's first trailer offered a glimpse of what happened

to the Asgardian Avenger after the events of 2019's Avengers: Endgame.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure, from director Taika Waititi, is scheduled to hit theaters July 8.

Set to Guns N' Roses' 1987 song Sweet Child O' Mine, the trailer shows Thor getting back into shape after his "Bro Thor" phase in Endgame,

and hanging out with the Guardians of the Galaxy (and undermining Peter Quill's leadership like a big jerk).

It also hints at Russell Crowe's Zeus and ends with the reveal of Jane Foster wielding Mjolnir as the new Thor.

It's unclear if this is the same Jane we know from previous Thor movies (her last live-action MCU appearance was in 2013's Thor: The Dark World),

or some kind of variant from a parallel reality. In the comics, Mjolnir sought out Jane after Thor was deemed unworthy and she had been diagnosed with breast cancer.

He gave her his blessing to use his name and went by "Odinson" to avoid confusion.

Thor: Love and Thunder, which also got its first poster on Monday,

Thor Love and Thunder Tra