The Kings of Leon are promising to make it up to their Dallas fans after canceling a show because their lead singer complained it was too hot to perform.

In a statement, the band announced plans to return to Dallas on Sept. 21. This follows Friday's mid-show cancellation, which Nathan Followill called a "fiasco" on Twitter.

Brother Caleb Followill told the audience it was too hot to sing. He announced he was going backstage to get a beer and would return. He never did.

His abrupt departure was blamed on heat exhaustion and dehydration.

The band also canceled Saturday's show in Houston. That show was rescheduled for Sept. 22.

The Nashville-based rock band is known for hits including the Grammy-winning anthem "Use Somebody."

Ex-Minnesota gov will play Indiana gov

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura will portray the governor of Indiana in the movie "The Drunk" now filming in Terre Haute. The former wrestler and occasional actor joins veteran actor Tom Sizemore in the cast. Terre Haute natives William Tanoos and Paul Fleschner of Tanoos Fleschner Productions wrote the film in which Tanoos stars as the fictitious grandson of 20th-century labor leader Eugene Debs running for governor of Indiana. Fleschner plays his attorney and campaign manager, and Sizemore portrays a corrupt prosecutor Debs is running against for the Democratic nomination. Fleschner tells the Terre Haute Tribune-Star that Ventura agreed to join the cast after about a month of talks. The producers said they hope to have the film ready to distribute amid the 2012 election season.

'HEART OF SARAJEVO': Angelina Jolie attended the closing ceremony of the eight-day Sarajevo Film Festival in Bosnia's capital Saturday and organizers presented her with a special award for bringing attention to refugees from the country's 1992-95 war. The award, called "The Heart of Sarajevo," was handed to Jolie by festival director, Miro Purivatra, who said it was being given to her not only for her great impact in the movie industry, but also "for persisting in her active engagement in the complexities in the real world we live in."

KATE'S DIGS: Katharine Hepburn's former home on Connecticut's Long Island Sound is up for sale. The house had 21 rooms and nine bathrooms but has been reduced to 15 rooms and 7 1/2 bathrooms. The estate is now on the market for $28 million.