Wally Pfister's directorial debut, Transcendence, bombed so badly during its opening weekend ($10.9 million from 3,455 locations) that IMAX is permitting its partners to show the movie just twice a day during its second week. Most theaters are opting for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which will be in its fourth week.
Cinemark has its own line of "Premium Large Format" auditoriums, dubbed Cinemark XD. These auditoriums are not under contract with IMAX, and Cinemark will be playing Captain America 2 without alternating showtimes with Transcendence.
This is the second time that a movie starring Johnny Depp has been forced to share IMAX screens with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The previous occurrence took place when Dark Shadows went head-to-head with The Avengers. Oops.