Option 2: 60D + 24-70 f/2.8 + 70-200 f/2.8 IS II = Total $4786 ... I am for option 1
Your option 2 is total overkill and even worse - the 24-70 mk1 has no IS for video, is not made for crop and doesn't perform well on it. And as far as the 70-200/2.8 is concerned: Everyone really has to evaluate if this is the weight, aperture and price tag that's necessary for one's requirements. So of course it's option 1 for you.
To the op: Your question is a no-brainer - for video, get either get the 60d (swivel screen) or the 5d *mark2* because they run magic lantern which is *the* killer feature as far as video as concerned - not only for precise focusing and tweaking bitrate and such, but because you can take *hdr* video shots with it which doubles your dynamic range and stomps much more expensive gear into the ground. There is no ml for the 5d3 yet, and maybe never will if Canon blocked it. Search for "magic lantern hdr" on vimeo, youtube, ... or see e.g. vimeo.com/34120262
As far as lenses go, if you don't have any stabilizer gear get a lens with IS, e.g. look at the new Tamron 24-70/2.8 in combination with the 5d2. Btw: Waiting or saving for a first pro-grade dlsr is not a good idea, you're loosing shots every day and learn nothing looking at tech specs. If you want to save for something, better get a fast pc too or video postprocessing will drive you crazy.