If you felt the Emmy Awards had a cinematic feel on Sunday night, you're not wrong: four winners during the telecast (Kate Winslet, Martin Scorsese, Maggie Smith and Julian Fellowes) had previously won Oscars, while final presenter Gwyneth Paltrow was a former Academy Award winner as well. (Paltrow also won an Emmy this year for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy; that award was not televised.) For Winslet, the Emmy win for her performance in 'Mildred Pierce' gives the actresses three-quarters of an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony): she won Best Actress for 'The Reader' at the 2009 ceremonies and received a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for Children in 2000. Next stop: Broadway, obviously. [Aol TV]

Speaking of the Emmy Awards: Jon Hamm may have lost his presumed Best Actor trophy to the ever-deserving Kyle Chandler from 'Friday Night Lights' (Coach Taylor 4eva!), but it wasn't all bad news for the 'Mad Men' star on Sunday night. Deadline reports that Lionsgate has purchased 'Friends with Kids,' the Toronto International Film Festival favorite written, directed and co-starring Hamm's longtime girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt. Hamm, Adam Scott, Maya Rudolph, Kristin Wiig and Megan Fox also co-star in 'Friends with Kids,' which is expected to get a release this spring. [Deadline]

In other TIFF buys: ATO Pictures has picked up 'The Oranges,' with Leighton Meester, Hugh Laurie, Adam Brody, Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt. [Deadline]

Curious about what Seth Rogen is planning for 'The Apocalypse,' the new comedy he'll co-direct with his longtime writing partner Evan Goldberg? "It's all our friends, luckily, and we all play ourselves in the movie," which is about a group of pals trapped in their house during the apocalypse. "I literally play Seth Rogen in the movie and Jay Baruchel literally plays himself in the movie and others -- Jonah Hill, James Franco -- they're literally playing themselves in the movie. It's a very strange movie, but it's gonna happen." 'The Apocalypse' is based on the short film 'Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse,' which Rogen and Goldberg made a few years ago. [Winnipeg Free Press]

'The Lone Ranger' might not be dead after all. Deadline reports that Johnny Depp, Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski have made some salary concessions and -- with great difficulty -- the film's overall budget is nearing a manageable ("manageable") $215 million. Get excited? [Deadline]

"Don't worry, I will be back," Sigourney Weaver told Coming Soon about her role in 'Avatar 2.' "Jim [Cameron] says no one ever dies in science fiction. He's told me the stories for the next two movies and I have to say that they're absolutely wonderful and there's a real treat in store. Now we just have to make them." [Coming Soon]

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