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It's an ambitious produced by ufotable, a relatively unknown production studio, and directed by several unproven filmmakers.
It also looks spectacular: ufotable are doing a wonderful job of recreating Nasu's vision and Takeuchi's iconic characters.
The ending meanwhile uses papermation (as opposed to ufotable 's claymation) to depict what appears to be a missile attack, and it seems to imply that (plot-wise) Akira has the ability to destroy them.
Indeed, this is why our animators at ufotable storyboarded so that she uses her teeth to remove the plastic wrapping.
And given how long it usually takes for movies to be licensed, I'd say it'll be a while before someone comes and picks up KnK. ufotable has really produced an awesome adaptation of KnK, but with moves like these I'm having second thoughts.
Factors for me are studio / production companies (I'd run to SHAFT or ufotable in a heartbeat, for example), seiyuu, music, source material, and the intangibles: stuff like if I feel shows contain a hint of stuff like character interactions as an example.