Nope, no adverbs. They're interpreted entirely different than a simple "half-adverb" like 'wrong' is in this context.
As in, in my sentence above: the word "different" could have been "differently" (an adverb) but the -ly suffix means you're modifying your mode of doing something (verb), not the way in which you interpret it.
Gertrude made her project differently this time. (Translation: She still made her project, she just did it in a different way - maybe she used glue instead of glitter for the adhesive or something.)
Gertrude made her project different this time. (Translation: She made her project, but this implies she's made one before - and this time [in particular] she made the entire process or manner of it different, not necessarily the project itself or how she made it. Just minor tweaks. See here or search 'different vs. differently'/something similar in Google.)
This song might help in understanding the difference, I don't know: "Don't Get Me Wrong" by Lily Allen.