As far as I'm aware, if you're writing an article on a movie (or something similar), you can use screenshots and such from the movie to illustrate your points under fair use law.
Example: Under fair use, A blog article about StarWars's dvd artwork would allow the use of images of the covers in the piece.
Scenario: This article was one of many on StarWarsDVDs.com - Would fair use allow for use of the artwork as the banner for the website? seeing as the site is solely dedicated to the topic.
From what I know of fair use, it's somewhat fuzzily defined - but I was wondering about how it would apply to collections of items that reference the media.
Is using media in this way allowed by fair use?
There might be some instances of this occurring previously, like a published book of movie reviews?