Thank you. I think that you could probably rely on Fair Use if the image is already been made available to the public which, if it’s from the film, obviously, it has. This is probably the most readable and simple webpage on the subject.
you would have course, need to acknowledge where the picture came from.
However let me give you a word of warning and that is that although you may be able to rely on fair use the only decider as to whether this is fair use or not is if the matter ended up in court before a judge.
I think it highly unlikely that they would, firstly, actually find out and secondly do anything more in the first instance than simply tell you to stop using the picture. They simply decided to sue you for breach of copyright, and take you to court, the judge would have a pretty dim view of such heavy tactics when you had not been given the option simply to remove it.
From what you have said, it’s not something that personally I would be that worried about but at least now you are aware of the situation and the potential risks involved.
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