According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Home Video announced on Monday that it will release movies and other content on the Universal Media Disc, making it the sixth and last of the major studios to release software for Sony's PlayStation Portable multimedia player.

Sony has registered sales of more than 2.2 million PSP hardware units in the U.S. since its March launch. The studio will release eight movies and one TV show on the 1.8 GB format disc, which plays exclusively on Sony's PSP videogame system. Warner's UMD rollout begins Dec. 6 with The Dukes of Hazzard, which streets the same day as the DVD. Also available Dec. 6: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 4 from Cartoon Network.

The second wave of UMD titles launches Dec. 20, and will include new releases like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Batman Begins, Constantine, House of Wax and catalog titles like The Matrix, Terminator 3, and Enter the Dragon.

New releases will retail for $30, while catalog titles will cost $20.