There's less than half a year until the new incarnation of Fame hits theaters on September 25, and that means we've entered trailer territory! Of course, the first teaser trailer never really shares a lot of the plot, but what this trailer does show bodes well for the film -- stellar singers, our beloved theme song (with a slight makeover and update), and a lot of fancy shmancy dancin'.

The most attention is given to Naturi Naughton (Lil Kim in Notorious), who kicks off the trailer with a little piano playing and a seriously impressive rendition of Irene Cara's "Out Here on My Own." But soon, it's an explosion of fancy dancing and quick clips to our old theme song. If I've one complaint, however, it's that there's a lot of dancing in the clips, but the music and non-dancing art are relegated to ridiculously brief and small shots. Then again, the kids love themselves the song and dance these days (just ask the kids of South Park), so it makes sense from a marketing standpoint.

As an old Fame fan, I'm digging it so far, although we really need to see Debbie Allen. Fame can't live forever without her!

You can check out the High Def version over at Moviefone.