Every Vampire and Werewolf in the world was trying desperately to end this Baby's life before she ever saw the light of day.
Which, first, says something about the mindset and inclination of anyone who would desire to harm any innocent Life.
And, second, it says something about Hollywood movies and what audiences want to see on the Silver Screen.
In the 3rd installment of the Twilight Trilogy written by Stephanie Meyer, Breaking Dawn, Edward Cullen and Bella Swan have married and they learn that they are expecting a baby. It seemed something that they shouldn't worry about - Edward is a Vampire and Bella is human. She can't possibly get pregnant - but she did.
Unplanned Parenthood among the Hollywood Elite doesn't seem to be met OFF screen in the same way that it is most often portrayed ON screen. Abortion must not sell tickets at the box office because most couples in the movies decide to HAVE the baby. Isn't that strange?
The death of Renesmee in this movie would have been a great tragedy and the series would have ended in a dark pall instead of a great, victorious battle.
Nessie was viewed as abomination by the Vampires and the Werewolves were angered because the harm or death of Bella would break the Vampire/Werewolf Treaty that protected the human race.
Edward truly loved Bella, but if she carried the baby to term she most certainly would die.
The Vampires were ready to start a war because of this birth.
Only ONE thing to do, right?
No, Bella was determined to HAVE the baby.
And it turned out to be the right choice. It almost always is.
This is just a fictional, fanciful story. An unreal story that might have been ruined nonetheless if the fictional baby's life had been prematurely ended. What great lengths the author, the producers, the director, and the actors went to in order to produce a happy ending in a make believe tale.
REAL babies are worth that much effort, and more.
Hollywood is Pro Choice -- and most often, for the sake of receipts -- it chooses LIFE.