French author Gregoire Delacourt was surprised to find out that superstar and A-list actress Scarlett Johansson was suing his publisher, JC Lattes. The case is in France, which has different copyright laws than in the United States and also protects public figures in a much more aggressive way. Delacourt’s novel The First Thing We Look At has a character who is described to look exactly like Johansson. According to the Hollywood Reporter article, Johannsson is “…seeking compensation and damages from the ‘breach and fraudulent use of personal rights,’ as well as a ban on ‘future transfer of rights and adaptations of the book.’” Delacourt claims that the book represents “…’the fantasies of our times. All these famous people live with us…’,” and that his…