E-retailer Play.com has begun to accept orders for PSP films, pricing them at the 'discounted' rate of between £9.99 and £14.99.
The Channel Islands-based online shop has listed films from Akira to Withnail and I, putting the recommended retail price at £19.99, even through Sony is yet to make any official announcements about its prices for the disks.
Obviously such retailer lists need to be treated with caution but in this case the information certainly seems to fit with industry speculation and US UMD prices.
In other PSP news, two more companies have confirmed that they will be issuing a number of their films on Sony's unique UMD format.
Entertainment in Video, who own the rights to such films as The Lord of the Rings trilogy and Ali, have announced plans to release 11 titles when Sony's handheld launches in the UK.
These will include Blade, Rush Hour, Seven, Underworld and Donnie Brasco. What's more, they also intend to further produce another 21, all at a price of around £17.99.
This news follows on from both Buena Vista Home Video (Toy Story and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) and New Line (Elf and Texas Chainsaw Massacre) also promising to support the new format.
In a final PSP movie story, Sony has announced that it is starting a trial period in Japan where PSP owners can rent movies from a high street video rental chain.
If the experiment proves to be a success then, surely, we can expect to see the idea roll out across the world as PSP does.