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"Pamela left the set and went for a walk. She needed a time out. She was that upset," theage.com.au quoted a movie insider, as saying. In the scene, the actress" 'Invisible Girl' character had to call for her Invisible pooch, which turns visible the moment it is picked up by the busty blonde.
In order to calm down the actress director Craig Mazin reportedly edited shots of Anderson and a dog to make it look like the pooch belonged to her character, but later all scenes featuring the pet were cut from the finished film. The Motion Picture Association of America's Ratings Board were against a bestiality joke in the scene, which suggested the dog had been sexually satisfying a superhero professor.