Hollywood star Robert Downey Jr. was paid more than $1 million a minute for his part in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'.

A guide to where celebrities hang out in Atlanta

Did you see Ryan Gosling when he stopped by the Buckhead Diner? What about when Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez got their hands in some dough at Antico?

Surely you saw Ludacris swing by Varuni Napoli.

Robert Downey Jr. with Buckhead Diner general manager Maureen Baker and executive chef Charlie Schwab. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The good news is, even if you missed Atlanta's many celebrity sightings to date, there will surely be more — and soon.

The city hosts the lion's share of the state's booming film and TV industry (there were more than 40 films in production in Atlanta in July, according to one official); and the city also happens to host a variety of appetizing bars, restaurants and attractions that seem to naturally attract stars.

Take a look.

Click here for an immersive, interactive look at filming locations around Atlanta

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