Can I use imdb photos on my website?

Ms Clark

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If you're talking about the poster for Good Will Hunting, that's definitely not a creative commons license, which also applies to the 99,9% of images there. Even if some are CC licensed they have to be CC0 if you don't plan to credit the author / owner.
 

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You can. But you shouldn't. Most of the movie posters are copyrighted to the studios.
If someone has proof that we can use posters and films photos on blogs please post it.
 

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You can use as other members have already given their answer "YES" but it will be much better if you give also give Pic credit.
 

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If you're talking about the poster for Good Will Hunting, that's definitely not a creative commons license, which also applies to the 99,9% of images there. Even if some are CC licensed they have to be CC0 if you don't plan to credit the author / owner.
I thought same, thanks.
yes you can but be careful you can get reported for that
You can use as other members have already given their answer "YES" but it will be much better if you give also give Pic credit.
I don't think that giving a pic credit would help me in case if it's not creative commons. I'll probably switch images with trailers, that's what everyone does in this niche.
You can. But you shouldn't. Most of the movie posters are copyrighted to the studios.
If someone has proof that we can use posters and films photos on blogs please post it.
Thank you for answering but please remove promotion content from your profile. Your whole profile nickname+photo+homepage promotes web hosting service. You are not allowed to do self-promotion here without upgrading.
 
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I've heard that you can use whatever you want from IDMB. It takes a while to catch someone and there's a very high possibility that you won't get caught if you're not big enough. As soon as they catch you they'll issue you a DMCA takedown notice and you will take it down. Just make sure to take it down ASAP. Heard of a number of cases where hosting providers were wiping the servers clean because someone wouldn't take down flagged images or content. If you want to go a bit more black, look into hosting services where you can pay with crypto.
 
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