More nominations keep pouring in for Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire. There's not much longer for the biggest nominations of all, The Academy Awards, which announces nominees on January 22nd. The acclaimed hit was nominated by the Writers Guild of America for best Adapted Screenplay for screenwriter Simon Beaufoy. In addition, the Mumbai-set film saw Anthony Dod Mantle earn a Best Cinematography nomination from the American Society of Cinematographers. Most of those nominated by the WGA and ASC go on to earn Academy Award nominations as well. The WGA will announce its winners on February 7 while the ASC will unveil its award recipient on February 15. Last year, the two WGA winners (Juno for Original Screenplay and No Country For Old Men for Adapted Screenplay) and the ASC winner (There Will Be Blood) later won Oscars in those same categories. The NAACP Image Awards also recognized Slumdog Millionaire with two nominations – Best Independent Feature and Best Supporting Actor (Dev Patel).