You don't use Uma Thurman's face without paying for it, as cosmetics giant Lancôme is discovering. Uma was the former face of the beauty company and reportedly wants $1 million for the alleged use of her picture in foreign ads after her contract expired in 2005. Lancôme is hitting back with a lawsuit, maintaining that it never "knowingly or intentionally" continued to use her pictures and looking to have a judge preemptively rule that the company didn't wrongfully use her image. However, Uma's attorney, Burt Fields, counters, "Look at the huge free benefit Lancôme gets from using her. The French want to accept that benefit without paying for it. Obviously, the French have decided they won't even try to resolve this amicably. So they have filed this sneak attack." Lancôme's lawyers do say they're open to a settlement.