Bruno Mars Hints Where ‘It Will Rain’ May Appear In Upcoming ‘Twilight’ Film [AUDIO]
Bruno Mars took a break from the European leg of his tour to call in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” Monday to give us hints where his hit song “It Will Rain” may appear in upcoming Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 when released on November 18.
Bruno began by apologizing for the delay in releasing his “It Will Rain” music video saying, “I’m sorry about that. I take it very seriously. If it’s not right I don’t want to put it out.”
“I started writing it a little bit on tour. I was just writing to write. I had my guitar with me on tour when I was in the states. I never finished it. The opportunity came up to go see some scenes in “Breaking Dawn.” When I saw a couple of the scenes I was like “That song I started might be perfect for this.” Definitely watching the movie inspired me to finish writing the song.”
Bruno further hinted, “I seen a couple of things…I might have seen them get married.”
Bruno confesses he is “jonesin’ to just work. We did a gig in Hong Kong for three days, and I said, ‘I would love to be in a studio while I’m here.’ So once I got into the studio I couldn’t leave. I just wanted to start some ideas for this next album.”
Bruno continued, “I want to have fun on this next album. I think that is the most important key. Especially now that I’ve been out on the road. I’ve been playing a lot of shows. I feel I have more of a vision for this one than with ‘Doo Wop and Hooligans.’ It’s exactly what I want to be doing.”
In preparation for stepping into the Twilight spotlight, Ryan quizzed Bruno on basic trivia regarding the supernatural franchise. You can play along and see how well you scored.
Question: Who’s Jacob?
Answer: My Landlord! Next question.
Question: Why was Bella so torn between Edward and Jacob?
Answer: Jacob’s always got his shirt off, and Edward has diamonds for skin!
Question: Why is human and vampires ‘relations’ so violent?
Answers: Well…because their vampires.
Lastly, Ryan gave Bruno a hint on how to answer any question. “Always say, ‘The Lion laid down with The Lamb.’ That’s the perfect answer to anything!”