Star Wars: The Last Jedi L to R: Finn (John Boyega) battling Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) Photo: Lucasfilm Ltd. © 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved. After waiting months to finally see "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," fans were beyond pissed when the sound went out at a screening in Burbank, California. They stormed into the lobby, demanding that the theater restart the movie. They were not happy when told the theater wouldn't do that. Ultimately, the police had to be called in.

[Update 11:41 am]: A representative for IMAX informed Moviefone that the incident did not take place at an IMAX showing of the film, as was reported by several outlets.

Fans captured some of the mayhem on their phones. Their language is, understandably, NSFW.

On a more humorous note, one fan tweeted that at least some of the cops received some "Star Wars" pointers from the angry crowd.

CBS reports that Burbank police were called to the theater at about 10:21 p.m. to disperse "an unruly crowd." None of the options the theater offered -- refunds, being moved to a different screening, or to return Friday for another screening -- were what ticked-off moviegoers wanted to hear.