I'm seeing them, but, speaking as someone who works on television station websites, I'd recommend removing them immediately or getting WRITTEN permission for their use. The content you're showing IS copyrighted (and probably trademarked) property. See this link for the IMDB terms and conditions:
They're not kidding about this stuff. If they're really nice, they'll probably just ask you to remove it. However, there's no requirement for them to do that. They can just jump straight to a lawsuit--which opens up the slim possibility of WordPress being named in that suit. Even if it's later dropped or dismissed, it's still time (and possibly money) that you (and possibly Matt) would probably rather use differently.
Not that it would make a difference, but you don't even have the images linking back to the IMDB website. BTW, because those images are actually being fed to your page directly from the IMDB web hosting server, the location of your page is already showing up in their web stats. So, again, I would suggest removing them immediately.