I was watching a TV show, and one scene in a movie theatre goes like this:
Film viewer: We know, sit down.
Maggie: How are theatre owners gonna know how we feel about this garbage if we just sit through it?
Film viewers: Or stand through it in your case.
Maggie: Oh, can it, will you?
So Maggie was not satisfied with the movie and she stood up in the theatre, which made others uncomfortable and Maggie said "Can it, will you?"
I don't understand this sentence.
Is the meaning that Maggie was mad or just provoked others？
Was she asking others "will you (stand up too?)" or "will you (be angry with me)"?
Does "Can it" mean "can I do that"?