And I have to admit, I'm a huge Renesmee fan! She's my fave female character, and I love her, and her name. I'm in the .00000000001% of all Twilight fans I know, but I even count Breaking Dawn as my fave book. Even wierder- the Birth Scene in Breaking Dawn is my fave scene in the entire Saga! So I know that I'm pretty odd in the Twilight Community, but I"m ok with that
That also means that I've got some high investment in exactly what will happen in Breaking Dawn when Renesmee finally enters onto the screen. I don't want a muppet looking computer character
Wyck Godfrey and others say that making Renesmee, as well as the question of two movies vs one, will be due to how Rosenberg writes the script
Here is what Stephenie had to say about Renesmee
I've heard you say that you think Breaking Dawn should be two movies. Why? Also, that it might be impossible to film. What does that mean?
If Breaking Dawn were ever made into a movie, it's hard to imagine it fitting into ninety minutes. The book is just so long! I can't imagine how to distill it—if I could, the book would be shorter. But maybe a screenwriter can see a way to do it and still cover the crucial plot points.
When I said that Breaking Dawn might be impossible to film, it's because of Renesmee. You can do almost anything with CGI these days—realistic dragons and dinosaurs and endless amounts of nonexistent creatures that blend right in with the real elements. Some of them look so real you forget they're not. However, the one thing that I've never seen is a CGI human being who truly looks real. An actress can't play Renesmee, at least not when she's a few days old; she's the size of a baby, but her expressions are totally controlled and aware. She would have to be a construct, and CGI isn't quite there yet. Of course, they develop amazing new technologies everyday, and we've got a little time left.