Bruno Mars' 'Breaking Dawn' Video Debuts Wednesday!

MTV debut of 'It Will Rain' clip, from latest 'Twilight' soundtrack, to be followed by a live-stream chat with Mars on

"Twilight" fans, get ready: Bruno Mars is set to debut the video for "It Will Rain," the first single from the upcoming "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" soundtrack, and MTV is going to help him do it.

On Wednesday, October 26, at 7:54 p.m. ET, MTV will premiere the video for "Rain," and when it comes to an event this big, we're pulling out all the stops. The "Rain" video will feature a never-before-seen clip from the film, which hits theaters November 18. Immediately following the video's premiere, the action switches over to for a live stream featuring MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway's exclusive interview with Mars, plus "Twilight" music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, who will discuss everything about "Breaking Dawn."

Mars will also be answering your video and text questions, which you can submit starting today at, or via Twitter using the hashtag #AskBruno.

It's all in celebration of the world premiere of the "It Will Rain" video and the "Breaking Dawn" soundtrack (available November 8), featuring new music from the likes of Theophilus London, the Joy Formidable, Iron & Wine and Christina Perri.

Work by "Twilight" composer Carter Burwell and actress Mia Maestro (she plays Carmen of the Denali Coven in the films) also shows up on the soundtrack, as do songs by Angus and Julia Young, the Features, the Belle Brigade and Cider Sky.

It all kicks off Wednesday, October 26, at 7:54 p.m. ET on MTV with the premiere of "It Will Rain," so grab your umbrellas, tune in, and prepare to be wowed. Oh, and then stick around for our exclusive live stream on, where you can learn even more about the "Breaking Dawn" soundtrack and maybe even get your question answered by Bruno himself!

Bruno Mars' "It Will Rain" video premieres Wednesday, October 26, at 7:54 p.m. ET on MTV, with a live stream to follow on Fans can submit their questions for Bruno through, or via Twitter, using the hashtag #AskBruno.